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Distance: Multiple short walks of less than 1 mile.
Elevation changes: Minimal.
Trail: A variety of trails, but mostly wide gravel, bark chip, or paved trails.
Rest Stops: We will have multiple stops, including a lunch stop, each day.
Sun Exposure: Full sun exposure for most of the day.
Amenities: Regular restroom breaks throughout the day. Please note that some hotel rooms might be on the second story with no elevator. Please let your guide know if a first floor room would be preferred.
Public transit: Gateway Fred Meyer can be reached by Max or Tri-met
Join Brodie Cass Talbott and Candace Larson to explore the landscapes, history, and environmental impacts of the dams that define the Pacific Northwest, as well as the rich mosaic of National Wildlife Refuges that were established to mitigate those impacts.Register
- Trip Leaders: Brodie Cass Talbott and Candace Larson
- Fee: $945 members / $1045 non-members
- Single Supplement Rooming Fee: $260
- When: November 9-12, 2023
- Group size: Limited to 14 participants
- What is included: Meals, lodging, transportation, and the services of your experienced Portland Audubon leaders
- Not included: Dinner and alcoholic beverages
Brodie Cass Talbott
Brodie works as an educator with Portland Audubon. After many years of wildland firefighting and leading river tours, he spent six years living and teaching across Asia, where his interest in birds became his passion. He has birded across five continents, and uses his experience in education and ecotourism to share his love of the outdoors with people from all ages, backgrounds, and abilities, with an eye towards increasing access to wild spaces for people from diverse communities.
Candace is an avid birder, mycology geek, and native plant enthusiast, with a passion for the diverse ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest. Candace leads domestic and international ecotours with a focus on bird biology and habitat preservation. She also works as a Field Biologist in Portland Audubon’s Conservation program, helping statewide partners meet their avian conservation goals.