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Erin Law

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*FULL* Alaska

We’ll begin in Nome, surrounded by stunning scenery and incredible birding opportunities. Expect an exhilarating mix of the exotic and the familiar here: Bluethroat and Eastern Yellow Wagtail, Asian songbirds of the brushy tundra breed next to White-crowned and Golden-crowned Sparrows. 

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*FULL* Mount Adams in Summer

Early summer is the time to go to Mt. Adams! While bird song is already winding down, there should still be lots of singers out and about. Butterflies and dragonflies will not be ignored on this trip!

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Bird Journals: For the Joy of It!

Explore and play with ways to create a charming, personal, and colorful visual record, using drawing, simple watercolor, and writing. Practice seeing in a new way, drawing what is essential, and using watercolor to add zest!

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Brazil: The Pantanal and Atlantic Rainforest

If you want to see a Jaguar in the wild, this is a trip for you! The odds are really high as we will be staying deep in the Pantanal for several days.Our first stop is Rio de Janeiro where we will visit the Christ The Redeemer statue on a city tour on our first day in Brazil before we will transfer to our lodge at the Reserva Ecologica de Guapiacu (also called Regua) in the afternoon. The lodge is only 2 hours away from Rio.

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Autumn Shorebirds

Join local author and guide John Rakestraw to learn how to identify these long-distance migrants.

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Autumn Shorebirds

Join local author and guide John Rakestraw to learn how to identify these long-distance migrants.

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Bird Journals: For the Joy of It!

Explore and play with ways to create a charming, personal, and colorful visual record, using drawing, simple watercolor, and writing. Practice seeing in a new way, drawing what is essential, and using watercolor to add zest!

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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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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

Steens Mountain is one of Oregon’s most spectacular natural areas and it is beautiful in the fall. Rising to almost ten thousand feet high in the southeast corner of the state it presides over alkali desert, oceans of sagebrush and the wildlife-rich marshlands of the Malheur basin.

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Eastern Indonesia and Wallacea

Explore the divide between two biogeographical regions. We will find continental Asian fauna, like primates, on one island and Australasian fauna, such as the unusual marsupial the Cus-cus, on another.

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Grand Australia

Explore amazing Australia with Portland Audubon! There are fairy-wrens, kookaburras, parrots, and parakeets galore. Koalas and kangaroos are easily seen! An (optional) extension will take us to Victoria.

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*FULL* Hawaii: Big Island Hiking and Birding

Join us on a hiking and birding extravaganza on the Big Island! The Hawaiian Islands comprise the world’s most isolated archipelago, and the Big Island provides a vast and varied arena of natural and cultural history to discover. This new, active ecotour will be limited to 10 participants and will explore many of Hawaii’s most exciting and diverse ecosystems on foot.

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Okanogan and the Waterville Plateau

Join Portland Audubon on a unique self-catering trip to Okanogan and the Waterville Plateau to look for winter bird specialties like Pine Grosbeak, Bohemian Waxwing, Common Redpoll, Gray-crowned Rosy-finch, and much more!

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Long-eared Owl

Owls by Day in Walla Walla

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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Indian Leopard

India: Birds, Leopards, & Lions

We start our adventure with a visit to the Jaisalmer Fort. Known as the Golden City, it was built in the 12th century and is one of the world’s last inhabited forts, filled with homes, temples and shops.  We will then visit the Desert National Park in the famous subtropical Thar Desert where the few remaining Great India Bustards can be found along with other desert species such as Cream-colored Courser, Desert Wheatear, and Trumpeter Finch.

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Birding Costa Rica

Join naturalists from the Portland Audubon on an incredible trip through the lush lowland rainforests, volcanoes, mountains, and coastal wetlands of Costa Rica. More than 800 species of birds have been seen within the borders of this small country. To conserve this diversity, almost 30% of Costa Rica is contained in  National Parks and Reserves, ensuring that it will be protected for many generations to come.

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Portugal in Winter

Experience lovely Portugal during its mild winter with very pleasant weather during the day. Also, we will enjoy the wonderful cuisine on the Iberian Peninsula! From Cape Saint Vincent, we will watch the sea for Great Skua, Balearic Shearwater, and Northern Gannet and look in other habitats for specialties such as Blue Rock Thrush and European Golden-Plover. With luck we may find Eleonora’s 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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Hoatzin

Amazon River Cruise

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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Poland

Fee: $3,395 members / $3,695 non-members. Explore the primeval Białowieża Forest and Biebrza Marshes of western Poland! The trip starts in Warsaw, but we will be transferring to Gdansk for 2 days where we will visit Długi Targ, the old market place, the famous Malbork Castle, bird the mouth of the Vistula River and the Hel Peninsula, a is a 35-km-long sandbar peninsula in northern Poland separating the Bay of Puck from the open Baltic Sea.

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Pinyon Jay

Central Oregon Birding

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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Mongolia

Fee: $5,295 Members / $5,595 Non-members. Mongolia’s staggering beauty along with its unique wildlife and culture make it one of the most unusual travel locations you will ever visit in your life. Join Portland Audubon for a trip of a lifetime! Mongolia is a fenceless and sparsely populated country landlocked in north central Asia. About 30% of its population is still nomadic or semi-nomadic.

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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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California Condors

Join us to search for North America’s largest bird, the endangered California Condor! The central California coast and inland areas offer excellent opportunities to see these majestic birds and a wide variety of other species.

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Madagascar

Come join Portland Audubon on a trip of a lifetime to Madagascar: land of lemurs, chameleons and odd endemic birds! We will start in Antananarivo from where we will take a domestic flight to Tulear. From there we will bird the strange Didierea woodland, or “spiny forest”, an awe-inspiring botanical wonderland.

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