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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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*FULL* 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 – two spots left!

Steens Mountain is one of Oregon’s most spectacular natural areas and it is beautiful in the fall. On past trips we’ve seen approximately 80 species of birds including Townsend’s Solitaire, Mountain Bluebird, American Pipit, Horned Lark, Northern Goshawk, Golden Eagle and Prairie Falcon.

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Snow Goose

Skagit Valley

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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Pinyon Jay

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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Idaho’s Cassia Crossbill

Join Stefan on a whirlwind trip to Twin Falls to see the American Birding Association’s newest bird! The Cassia Crossbill was split from Red Crossbill in the fall of 2018, and because of the low number of Red Squirrel in the South Hills of Idaho, this is the best place to see this newly described species.

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Dunlin (with Western Sandpiper)

Grays Harbor Shorebirds 2020

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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