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A Northern Spotted Owl perches on a mossy branch, while looking up towards the upper tree canopy.

The New School of Birding, Module 4: Bird Taxonomy and Population Dynamics

Join Candace and Dan to learn about bird taxonomy and population dynamics through digital classes and field days! Investigate bird origins and the evolving science of taxonomy, dive into the promise and perils of bird naming systems, and investigate how bird distribution and populations change over time in this engaging six-week series.

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A flock of Ross's Geese flying.

Beginning Birding and Sauvie Island Exploration (Saturdays) *FULL*

Join Greg Baker for a three-part Saturday morning exploration at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas: Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.

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A flock of Ross's Geese flying.

Beginning Birding and Sauvie Island Exploration (Saturdays PM) *FULL*

Join Greg Baker for three Saturday afternoon explorations at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.

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A flock of Ross's Geese flying.

Beginning Birding and Sauvie Island Exploration (Sundays) *FULL*

Join Greg Baker for three Sunday morning explorations at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.

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A flock of Ross's Geese flying.

Beginning Birding and Sauvie Island Exploration (Saturdays) *FULL*

Join Greg Baker for a three-part Saturday morning exploration at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas: Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.

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A flock of Ross's Geese flying.

Beginning Birding and Sauvie Island Exploration (Saturdays PM) *FULL*

Join Greg Baker for three Saturday afternoon explorations at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.

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A flock of Ross's Geese flying.

Beginning Birding and Sauvie Island Exploration (Sundays) *FULL*

Join Greg Baker for three Sunday morning explorations at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.

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A photo of a King Vulture perched on a branch.

Birding Costa Rica *FULL*

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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Western Tanager singing from atop a snag.

The New School of Birding, Module 3: The Wonders of Migration

Join Candace and Dan to learn about the wonders of bird migration through digital classes and field days! In this module, we hope to raise your awareness of the subtle cues of nature, and bring you into closer understanding of the lives of our feathered neighbors. We’ll explore how and why birds migrate, delving into the mysteries of how birds stay on course, how scientists measure migration, the amazing journeys of long-distance migrants, and much more. Along the way, we’ll practice our birding skills in the field, with a focus on the diversity and abundance of spring migrants in our region.

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A photo of a Przewalski's Wild Horse walking.

Mongolia

Join Portland Audubon on a trip of a lifetime! Mongolia is a place of staggering beauty with extraordinary birds and mammals. Enjoy traditional Mongolian food in a communal setting and experience first-hand the unique Mongolian life by staying in ger camps. We will explore its varied habitats, which include the Siberian Taiga in the north, the Mongolian Steppe and the Gobi Desert, and Gobi Altai Mountains in the south. Wildlife high points include Demoiselle Crane, Lammergeier, Wallcreeper, and Przewalski’s Wild Horse.

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