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Snow Goose

Skagit Valley *FULL*

Have you experienced the sights and sounds of tens of thousands of Snow Geese settling into their daily feeding grounds? The rich environment of Skagit Valley includes a variety of habitats including open water, shoreline, tidal mudflats and marshes, forested uplands, and agricultural land.

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Rough-legged Hawk

Klamath Basin

The Klamath Basin is one of Oregon’s most spectacular natural areas and it is beautiful in the winter. On past trips we’ve seen Golden Eagle, Rough-legged Hawk, Prairie Falcon, and plenty of waterfowl.

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Hoatzin

Amazon River Cruise *FULL*

Fee: $5,495 member / $5,795 non-member. Travel with Portland Audubon on a once in a lifetime cruise down the Amazon River! The Amazonian region boasts more than 120 endemic species and is one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet – a true paradise!

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Machu Picchu & the Sacred Valley

Fee: $3,195 member / $3,495 non-member. Travel with Portland Audubon to Machu Picchu and Cusco to explore an impressive list of birds and wildlife, as well as the rich cultural history of these famous Peruvian destinations.

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Poland

Explore the primeval Białowieża Forest and Biebrza Marshes of eastern Poland! The Białowieża Forest is one of the last and largest remaining parts of the immense primeval forest that once stretched the European plain. Bird highlights include River Warbler, Lesser Spotted Eagle, Middle Spotted Woodpecker, and a visit to a Great Snipe lek.

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Burrowing Owl

Cancelled – Malheur Foray

Join Portland Audubon on a five-day tour to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge located in remote and beautiful southeastern Oregon. Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is a world-class birder’s paradise. A variety of habitats, including extensive marshes, sagebrush flats, riparian thickets, and rimrock support a diversity of wildlife. Field birding and natural history are the focus of this exciting five-day program.

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Cancelled – Central Oregon Birding

Enjoy the late spring in beautiful Central Oregon looking for local specialties! The weather should be sunny and warm, but there can still be the odd rainy or cool day. We will be working the different habitats of the area including sagebrush, shrub steppe, pine woodlands and wetlands in search of White-headed, Three-toed and Black-backed Woodpecker, Williamson’s Sapsucker, and more!

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Birding the Basin

The many lakes and wetlands of Southeastern Oregon are host to some of the most amazing congregations of nesting waterbirds in the state. During the breeding season, thousands of waterbirds depend on these lakes, in this otherwise dry region, to raise their young.

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