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Thorns Game: Portland Audubon Night

Join your fellow nature-lovers and the largest women’s sports crowd in the world to watch the two-time NWSL champion Thorns FC take on Sky Blue FC.

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Sod House Ranch Work Party at Malheur

Join Portland Audubon and the Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in some much needed work at Sod House Ranch. Sod House Ranch, located about 1 mile from Refuge headquarters, is the historic northernmost headquarters of the French-Glen Cattle Empire. This work party will focus on re-graveling the interpretive trail at the ranch, and replacing or repairing interpretive signs/posts.

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Catio Tour

Don’t miss this very Portland, one-of-a-kind event! The 7th Annual Catio Tour will showcase ten diverse outdoor cat enclosures on Saturday, Sept. 7. This year’s tour will be held in SE Portland, SW Portland and Lake Oswego.

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Nature For All Campaign Launch

This November, voters throughout our region have the opportunity to continue protecting rivers and wetlands, habitat and open space, as well as to invest in parks, by renewing the Metro – Nature for All – Bond. Please join us as we launch the campaign to pass this exciting and important measure.

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Go Lights Out!

Mark your calendar for the third annual 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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Scapegoat: The Cormorants of East Sand Island film screening at Portland EcoFilm Festival

Portland Audubon’s short film Scapegoat: The Cormorants of East Sand Island by Trip Jennings has been accepted into the Portland EcoFilm Festival at the Hollywood Theater on September 27. It will be paired with Dammed to Extinction, a film about the Snake River Dams.

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Nature for All Campaign Canvass

Join Portland Audubon staff, volunteers, and our coalition partners as we lead a canvass where we’ll have the chance to engage and talk to community members about the importance of maintaining and preserving our natural areas.

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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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