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Nature Night: The Shape of Nature

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When: Apr 10, 2018 from 07:00 pm to 09:30 pm

Join Portland Audubon on Tuesday April 10 in welcoming Quinn Read and Leslie Bliss-Ketchum as they discuss the impacts of the built environment on habitat connectivity, successful mitigation efforts, and the work being done to protect imperiled wildlife. Learn more about current efforts to preserve and restore vital habitat connectivity throughout Oregon, and how you can help.

The Shape of Nature: 
Wildlife and Habitat Connectivity in the Pacific Northwest

 

*Important: This Nature Night will take place in the lower ballroom at Montgomery Park
(2701 NW Vaughn St, Portland, OR 97210).

Oregon is home to a remarkable variety of fish and wildlife species. The survival of these species depends in part on habitat connectivity – whether the landscape helps or hinders their ability to move throughout the environment to find food, reproduce and migrate. However, many of Oregon's fish and wildlife species are at risk of losing this connectivity in the face of increasing development pressure, barriers on the landscape, and climate change.

Join Portland Audubon on Tuesday April 10 in welcoming Quinn Read and Leslie Bliss-Ketchum as they discuss the impacts of the built environment on habitat connectivity, successful mitigation efforts, and the work being done to protect imperiled wildlife. Learn more about current efforts to preserve and restore vital habitat connectivity throughout Oregon, and how you can help.

Tuesday April 10 at 7 p.m.
Montgomery Park
2701 NW Vaughn St

Montgomery Park is located at 2701 NW Vaughn St. Easy access through public transportation is available on Bus Line 77 and 15.

Call (503) 292-6855 for more details! This is sure to be a talk that will fill up fast, so we encourage you to grab your seat early! EXPRESS ENTRY is available by going to bit.ly/NATURENIGHT (this is not an RSVP but gains you quick access to the event).

Red-winged Blackbird & Sandhill Crane, Malheur
Photo by Scott Carpenter
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