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Brazil: The Pantanal and Atlantic Rainforest

If you want to see a Jaguar in the wild, this is a trip for you! The odds are really high as we will be staying deep in the Pantanal for several days.Our first stop is Rio de Janeiro where we will visit the Christ The Redeemer statue on a city tour on our first day in Brazil before we will transfer to our lodge at the Reserva Ecologica de Guapiacu (also called Regua) in the afternoon. The lodge is only 2 hours away from Rio.

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Northern Spotted Owl

Ancient Forests of the Oregon Coast

Join Portland Audubon on a four-day adventure to the Oregon Coast! Go “behind the scenes” to learn more about the conservation initiatives taking place along the coast. We will explore the Elliott State Forest and Portland Audubon’s Ten Mile Creek Sanctuary – two of Oregon’s old-growth forests, providing critical habitat for imperiled species like the Marbled Murrelet and Northern Spotted Owl.

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Dunlin (with Western Sandpiper)

Grays Harbor Shorebirds

Join Portland Audubon on a trip to one of the West Coast’s best birding hotspots, where you can expect to see a bevy of shorebirds, and even some seabirds. Early September is the perfect time to look for Pacific Golden-Plover, and even a Bar-tailed Godwit might turn up among the Marbled Godwit flocks in Westport.

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Eastern Oregon Dark Skies Foray

The high desert of southeastern Oregon offers some of the most sensational stargazing on the planet! Join Portland Audubon’s Dark Skies Program Manager, Mary Coolidge, Eastern Oregon Field Coordinator, Teresa Wicks, and Environmental Educator, Abby VanLeuven on a rugged four day adventure.

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Steens Mountain & Alvord Desert

Steens Mountain is one of Oregon’s most spectacular natural areas and it is beautiful in the fall. Rising to almost ten thousand feet high in the southeast corner of the state it presides over alkali desert, oceans of sagebrush and the wildlife-rich marshlands of the Malheur basin.

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Eastern Indonesia and Wallacea

Explore the divide between two biogeographical regions. We will find continental Asian fauna, like primates, on one island and Australasian fauna, such as the unusual marsupial the Cus-cus, on another.

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Grand Australia

Explore amazing Australia with Portland Audubon! There are fairy-wrens, kookaburras, parrots, and parakeets galore. Koalas and kangaroos are easily seen! An (optional) extension will take us to Victoria.

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*FULL* Hawaii: Big Island Hiking and Birding

Join us on a hiking and birding extravaganza on the Big Island! The Hawaiian Islands comprise the world’s most isolated archipelago, and the Big Island provides a vast and varied arena of natural and cultural history to discover. This new, active ecotour will be limited to 10 participants and will explore many of Hawaii’s most exciting and diverse ecosystems on foot.

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Okanogan and the Waterville Plateau

Join Portland Audubon on a unique self-catering trip to Okanogan and the Waterville Plateau to look for winter bird specialties like Pine Grosbeak, Bohemian Waxwing, Common Redpoll, Gray-crowned Rosy-finch, and much more!

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Long-eared Owl

Owls by Day in Walla Walla

Join Portland Audubon on a trip to one of the West Coast’s best birding hotspots, where you can expect to see a bevy of shorebirds, and even some seabirds. Early September is the perfect time to look for Pacific Golden-Plover, and even a Bar-tailed Godwit might turn up among the Marbled Godwit flocks in Westport.

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