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Cancelled: Birding the Buttes

Spend a day traveling to Powell Butte and Mount Tabor, two of our extinct volcanoes. We’ll pass out binoculars to learn about the geology of Portland’s volcanic vents, while seeking out the birds and other wildlife that call these green spaces home.

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Urge Agencies to Envision a Better Future for Salmon and Dams

Join Portland Audubon and fellow advocates at a virtual hearing to urge federal agencies and our state and federal elected officials to save our salmon runs and restore balance to the Columbia River system by addressing the impact of the dams.

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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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Cancelled: Jays & Juncos

Our wildlife sanctuary is home to birds of all sizes, from the zippy hummingbird, the secretive Pacific Wren and the loud, to the flashy Stellar’s Jay, we will spend the day looking and listening for the birds that live here. Find out how these birds coexist through games and crafts!

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Cancelled: The Colors of Spring

Spend a day having fun and making art with Portland Audubon in The Colors of Spring, a camp that combines the beauty of nature with artistic expression in the natural world!

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Urge Agencies to Envision a Better Future for Salmon and Dams

Join Portland Audubon and fellow advocates at a virtual hearing to urge federal agencies and our state and federal elected officials to save our salmon runs and restore balance to the Columbia River system by addressing the impact of the dams.

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Cancelled: Newt Scoot

Come meet the amphibians that live in Portland Audubon’s sanctuary! Hundreds of Rough Skinned Newts congregate in our pond in the spring, along with Red-legged Frogs and Northwestern Salamanders. Learn about their unique life cycles, how to safely and respectfully catch and handle salamanders, and how to identify the most common amphibians found in Oregon.

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Cancelled: Jr. Wildlife Vet 102 (Spring)

This camp will introduce you to the world of wildlife veterinarians. You will meet the experts of our very own Wildlife Care Center and learn what they do to help the animals that are brought to our center.

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Earth Hour

Raise awareness about climate change action by the simple act of turning out our lights! One of Portland Audubon’s priorities is reducing light pollution in our metropolitan areas and across the state. This year, we encourage everyone to take part in the hour-long event. Have a candle-light dinner or go stargazing!

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Urge Agencies to Envision a Better Future for Salmon and Dams

Join Portland Audubon and fellow advocates at a virtual hearing to urge federal agencies and our state and federal elected officials to save our salmon runs and restore balance to the Columbia River system by addressing the impact of the dams.

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