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A Sooty Grouse is standing along a road's edge.

Audubon Birding Day: Sherrard Point at Larch Mountain

Join Ross on a summer visit to the site of an ancient shield volcano and the highest point in the Boring Lava Fields, at around 4.100 feet. These old-growth forests of Western Hemlock, Noble Fir, and Douglas-fir are rich in birdlife with opportunities to see/hear westside Cascade summer residents such as Sooty Grouse, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Hammond’s Flycatcher, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Canada Jay, Red Crossbill, and Hermit Warbler.

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A photo of a Hoatzin perched on a branch.

Amazon River Cruise

Travel with Portland Audubon on a once-in-a-lifetime cruise through the heart of upper Amazonia, on the largest river in the world! The Amazonian region boasts more than 120 endemic species and may be the most biologically diverse place on the planet – a true paradise. We will bird on a variety of tropical forest walks, observe wildlife and explore canals and lagoons by watercraft, and take in the Peruvian culture and history.

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