Portland Audubon’s 2020-2021 Nature Night Speakers Series is committed to presenting entertaining and expert talks on natural history, wildlife, and conservation issues.
Nature Night is a chance for the community to engage with naturalists, authors, artists, enthusiasts, and activists about issues that affect the world around us. With topics ranging from hidden places of the Pacific Northwest to diversity in the conservation movement to bats, there is a talk for everyone. Our series takes place on the second Tuesday of the month, September through May (unless otherwise noted).
Questions? Contact the Curator of Nature Night, Matthew Hushbeck at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Portland Audubon is currently seeking sponsors, both businesses and individuals, for the 2019/2020 Nature Night season. Learn more.
September 8, 2020
David G Lewis, PhD: Traditional Lifeways of the Chinookans and Kalapuyans
Join David G. Lewis, PhD on a survey of the cultures and specializations of the tribes of western Oregon and the connections to other regional tribes through kinship and trade, examining the Lower Chinook and Kalapuya tribal seasonal lifeways and how their environment became what it is today.
October 13, 2020
Stanley Gehrt, PhD: Exploring the Mysteries of Coyotes in the City
Stanley Gehrt, PhD will be joining us from the Midwest to share his nearly 20-year study of how coyotes in Chicago have adapted to the city as their natural environment and share previously unknown details of how they live in harmony with the bustling concrete jungle.
Stay tuned for the full season announcement!