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Monday Bird Song Walks: Bird Song for Newbies at Whitaker Ponds

Join Camelia and Tara for a leisurely morning bird song walk around birding hotspot Whitaker Ponds. This walk is exclusively for newbie birders.

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Black-headed Grosbeak perched on green leafy branch

Monday Bird Song Walks: Camassia Nature Preserve

Join Dan van den Broek and Lorin Wilkerson to watch spring unfold at the 22.5 acre Nature Conservancy Camassia Preserve in West Linn, an area that protects unique and wildlife rich oak savannah habitat on ice age flood scablands.

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A Red-breasted Sapsucker clinging to a tree in front of a nesting cavity.

Watercolor Painting with Ronna: The Red-breasted Sapsucker

Join this live, online class to paint the Red-breasted Sapsucker alongside Ronna Fujisawa, an experienced watercolor painter, art educator, and bird enthusiast. The class is held via Zoom Meetings to allow participants to use their videos and create a more interactive class. Appropriate for intermediate and ambitious beginners.

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Trail cam photos of a coyote and a racoon

Urban Wildlife Information Network (UWIN): Camera Trap Training and Volunteer Meet-Up

The UWIN PDX project tracks urban wildlife using camera traps, working with community members to place cameras along habitat corridors. Join us for an evening to celebrate the hard work of our current volunteers and welcome new volunteers interested in joining the project. The event will include a training session focused on camera trap deployment and common species identification, as well as explore recent data collected and future goals of the project.

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A photo of a Western Meadowlark in flight.

Pacific Northwest Trip: From Cedars to Sage: Birding Along the Deschutes *3 spots left*

Heading east from the Cascade crest, starkly different ecoregions present a fantastic array of habitats and wildlife. On this three-day, van-based tour, we’ll explore the avifauna and natural history of the East Cascades, Columbia Plateau, and Blue Mountain ecoregions, searching for Williamson’s Sapsucker in conifer-dominated forests, Lewis’s Woodpecker and Ash-throated Flycatcher in open oak scrub, and Sage Thrasher and Vesper Sparrow in the sagebrush steppe.

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Williamson’s Sapsucker

The Bird Days of Summer: Hike and Bird Delintment Lake (Harney County)

Join Portland Audubon’s Education and Conservation Teams for The Bird Days of Summer, a series of free, super beginner-friendly programs for anyone curious about birds in nature. We’re combining community-building, exploration, and fun to create safe spaces for people to get to know each other as well as the birds. Binoculars can be provided upon request, and we’ll begin each program with a short “how-to” to help you get started.

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A Black-necked Stilt is standing in shallow water.

Audubon Birding Day: Willamette Birding: Baskett Slough NWR to Willamette Mission State Park with Dan van den Broek

Spend a day at Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge and Willamette Mission State Park searching for breeding birds in wetlands, floodplain forest, oak woodland and Willamette Valley prairie. We’ll also enjoy the wildflowers and butterflies we see along the way.

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