A Century in the Life of a Logo

These archives show the evolution of our organization, including our logo. Hidden among wildlife photos by William Finley and Herman Bohlman, and paintings by R. Bruce Horsfall, one particular slide stands out: a painting of a Rufous Hummingbird encircled by the words “Oregon Audubon Society.” This early logo, hand-drawn by Horsfall, dates back to at least 1919.

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The Importance of Representation

The suburbs of south east Portland, where I grew up, was a mixing pot of people that came in different shapes, sizes, abilities, colors, and cultures. I went to a high school where we embraced our varying backgrounds.

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