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California Condors

Join us to search for North America’s largest bird, the endangered California Condor! The central California coast and inland areas offer excellent opportunities to see these majestic birds and a wide variety of other species.

With a wingspan of over 9 feet, the spectacular California Condor is the largest bird in North America, often covering hundreds of miles in one foraging flight. Condors are making a slow recovery from the brink of extinction, and we’ll hope to catch sight of these magnificent, highly endangered creatures at Pinnacles National Park and along the Big Sur Coast.

Register today to travel with us to California!

By choosing to travel with Portland Audubon, you are supporting our conservation work here in the Pacific Northwest.


This trip includes visits to a wide variety of habitats, from coastal marshes to oak woodlands, where we’ll seek out a diverse assortment of songbirds, shorebirds and seabirds, from migrating Sooty Shearwaters off Monterey Bay to inland California specialties like the California Thrasher and Yellow-billed Magpie.

Trip Details

  • Trip Leader: Candace Larson & Mary Coolidge
  • Fee: $1,395 members / $1,595 non-members
  • Deposit: $700 required to secure your place
  • Single supplement: $400

Notes on Accessibility: This trip will include a combination of van-based birding, short walks on well-graded trails, and some hikes on uneven ground (1-4 miles), including occasional steep stretches.

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September 15
September 19
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Erin Law