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Author Event: “Birds of the West” by Molly Hashimoto

Birds accompany us daily in our backyards and neighborhoods with their songs, bright colors, and energetic activity. Even people who don’t consider themselves “birders” seek them out—from urban wetlands to wilderness trails, we follow the sound of a distant twitter or song. 

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OMSI Pub Night: Why Bringing Back the Stars is Not Just for the Birds

Portland Audubon’s Mary Coolidge dives into the importance of darkness for nocturnal species as well as for the billions of migrating birds which use starry night skies to navigate. On this journey, we will explore the night’s wondrous mysteries and ask the question: Can we restore dark skies while simultaneously crafting vibrant, beautiful, and safe nighttime cityscapes?

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Hawks & Hot Chocolate

Join Portland Audubon and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for a spectacular and fun-filled day of birdwatching (previously known as Raptor Road Trip!)

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Harney County After Dark: Virtual Bat Walk

Did you know 14 of Oregon’s 15 bat species are found at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge? Learn more about the bats of the Harney Basin and bat conservation, during this virtual bat walk.

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Harney County After Dark: The River Styx: An Owl Tour

This virtual owl tour will travel from the south end of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, starting at Page Springs Campground, along the grasslands and wetlands of the Blitzen Valley, through Burns/Hines along the Silvies River, and into Malheur National Forest.

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Harney County After Dark: Dark Skies Presentation

Explore the night’s wondrous mysteries and the incredible natural resource that we have right here in southeastern Oregon—the largest intact area of pristine dark skies in the lower 48 states!

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Harney County After Dark: Steen’s Mountain Star Safari

Join Star Safari Guide Amy Bilbeisi on this tour through the night sky at Steen’s Mountain, part of the largest spot of truly dark sky in North America.

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Catio Tour

The 8th Annual Catio Tour on Saturday, September 12 will showcase ten diverse outdoor cat enclosures. This year’s tour will be VIRTUAL, with each of the catios professionally filmed to showcase their creative and unique designs

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Canceled Due to Smoke: Virtual Swift Watch

While we can’t be together in person for Swift Watch, we invite you to join us for a Virtual Swift Watch on Facebook Live. Hear from our Community Science team, learn more about the swifts, and watch their aerial display live from the comfort of your home!

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Go Lights Out 2020

Mark your calendar for Lights Out Portland, a one-night event in which residential households and commercial buildings dim their lighting in order to raise awareness about the impact of light pollution on migrating birds, about wasted energy in the form of light thrown up into the sky, and about preserving our ability to see stars from the city.

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