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Sandhill Crane

Beginning Field Birding and Sauvie Island Exploration

Join Greg Baker for a three-part Saturday morning exploration at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas: Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.

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Sale: 15% Off Ecotour to Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is home to well over 400 species of birds, and during this tour, we will see and hear our share of them! In addition to amazing birds, we will also be visiting during peak sea turtle nesting season. Five of the world’s seven species of sea turtles return to the island’s beaches to lay their eggs, and witnessing these ancient reptiles on their brief forays to land is an unforgettable experience.

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Pinyon Jay

Birders’ Night

Join us on the first Tuesday of the month for Birders’ Night, a gathering of local birders who share recent sightings, view a slideshow, and join in discussion. Facilitated by Harry Nehls, Birders Night is open to the public, and birders of all skill levels are welcome.

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Cancelled: Author Event: William Sullivan on 100 Hikes in NW Oregon & SW Washington

Oregon’s hiking expert, William Sullivan, takes us on an illustrated tour of a dozen new hikes he discovered while researching the fifth edition of 100 Hikes in NW Oregon & SW Washington. After fires closed dozens of trails in the Columbia Gorge, the 2019 version of the guide describes the changes and suggests new trails that are not damaged.

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Postponed: Nature Night, Centering Justice and Identity – Building Inclusive Scientific Communities for Our Shared Future

Sprinavasa Brown, co-founder of Camp ELSO Inc., has a deep passion for social justice, racial equity in education, and solving complex problems facing communities of color. Join us for Nature Night to learn how she and her team are breaking down barriers and decolonizing science to make the outdoors and environmental education more inclusive.

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Virtual Snowy Plover Patrol Training

Portland Audubon is partnering with Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to monitor for endangered western Snowy Plovers at four sites on the North Coast (from Clatsop Spit in Astoria to Sitka Sedge beach near Pacific City) starting in April and continuing through the summer.  We are looking for folks to perform surveys twice a month but can do fewer if needed. 

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Tufted Puffin

Cancelled: Puffin Homecoming

Join Brodie for an exciting day on the Oregon Coast!

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