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*FULL* Alaska

We’ll begin in Nome, surrounded by stunning scenery and incredible birding opportunities. Expect an exhilarating mix of the exotic and the familiar here: Bluethroat and Eastern Yellow Wagtail, Asian songbirds of the brushy tundra breed next to White-crowned and Golden-crowned Sparrows. 

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Crafting: Watercolor Wolf Portraits

All skill levels welcome! Enjoy a day of painting with acrylics using watercolor techniques to create fantastic portraits of wolves that live here in Oregon!We will work from photos of our state wolves like Sophie and her famous son Journey, as well as images of wolves at play while we paint portraits that represent these fun personalities. Skills learned in this class can help develop your own wildlife painting style.

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Book Club: Saving Tarboo Creek

The Portland Audubon Book Club meets in the Portland Audubon Interpretive Center on the third Wednesday of every month for a fun and informal discussion.

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Malheur NWR Boat Launch Bird Walks

Join Portland Audubon’s Eastern Oregon Field Coordinator, Teresa ‘Bird’ Wicks on a guided bird walk to the boat launch at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters. Meet on the deck at the Visitor Center. Binoculars are available for use during the walk. This walk is about 3 miles on a gravel road. Accommodations will be available to participants that may benefit from a shorter walk. 

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*FULL* Stream Secrets

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Creatures of the Forest Art

Create wildly imaginative drawings and vibrantly colored paintings and clay sculptures inspired by the forest animals and their habitat.

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Stayin’ Alive (Overnight Wed – Fri)

Create wildly imaginative drawings and vibrantly colored paintings and clay sculptures inspired by the forest animals and their habitat.

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*FULL* Mount Adams in Summer

Early summer is the time to go to Mt. Adams! While bird song is already winding down, there should still be lots of singers out and about. Butterflies and dragonflies will not be ignored on this trip!

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Hines Nature Trail Bird Walks

Join Portland Audubon’s Eastern Oregon Field Coordinator, Teresa ‘Bird’ Wicks for bird walks on the Burns-Hines Nature Trail. We’ll meet at Bella Java & Bistro, so show up early for a cup of coffee or a treat! 

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