Membership and Annual Fund contributions ensure stability for all Portland Audubon programs, including these:
- Ongoing advocacy efforts to ensure a healthy future for our community across Portland and beyond, exhibited by recent successes such as the banning of wildlife poisons like sodium cyanide devices (statewide) and avian poison Avitrol (on City land in Portland), approved funding for the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability to initiate a light-pollution reduction scoping project, and the passage of the Portland Clean Energy Bond Measure
- Environmental education through Outdoor School and camp programming for youth across the region at Marmot Cabin, nestled in our 91-acre Miller Wildlife Sanctuary
- Supporting staff and 150 volunteers in the Wildlife Care Center to treat 3,000 injured and orphaned native wildlife each year and answer over 10,000 calls to help peacefully resolve conflicts with wildlife
Your investment in Portland Audubon helps elevate our conservation, education, stewardship, and wildlife rehabilitation efforts to not only be more impactful, but increasingly relevant and inclusive. On behalf of all the staff and volunteers at Portland Audubon, as well as the people and wildlife you support, thank you for being an important part of our community. Our work wouldn’t be possible without you!
Your investment in Portland Audubon helps elevate our conservation, education, stewardship, and wildlife rehabilitation efforts to not only be more impactful, but increasingly relevant and inclusive.Membership