Travel with Us
Join Portland Audubon as we explore the most exciting destinations in the Pacific Northwest and across the globe! Led by passionate and experienced guides, our world-class Ecotour program offers fun and engaging opportunities to observe, learn and build a deeper relationship with the natural world. Our trips are a treasure of birding, wildlife-watching, natural history, and cultural experience.
By choosing to travel with Portland Audubon, you are supporting the critical conservation work that drives our mission. In addition to our work to protect the Oregon landscape, we strive to highlight and invest in conservation initiatives in the places we visit to help promote the understanding, enjoyment, and protection of native birds, other wildlife, and their habitats. Please join us on an upcoming adventure!
View our Ecotour policy for information about deposits, cancellations, travel insurance, and more.
Portland Audubon is dedicated to environmentally and socially responsible tourism.
- February 4-18 Costa Rica *FULL*
$4,295 members / $4,595 non-members
- February 21-23 Skagit Valley
$645 member / $745 non-member
- March 26-29 Klamath Basin
$895 member / $995 non-members
- April 7-17 Trinidad & Tobago
$4,995 member / $5,495 non-members
- April 29 – May 9 Amazon River Cruise *FULL*
$5,495 member / $5,795 non-members
- May 9-15 Machu Picchu & the Sacred Valley
$3,195 members / $3,495 non-members
- May 15-28 Poland *ONE SPOT LEFT*
$3,395 members / $3,695 non-members
- May 30-June 3 Malheur Foray
$995 members / $1,195 non-members
- June 4-7 Central Oregon Birding
$900 members / $1,050 non-members
- June 14-29 Mongolia
$5,295 members / $5,595 non-members
- July 9-12 Idaho’s Cassia Crossbill
$845 member / $945 non-member
- September 11-13 Grays Harbor Shorebirds
$495 members / $595 non-members
- September 15-19 California Condors
$1,395 members / $1,595 non-members
- September 24-27 Northeastern Washington State
$800 members / $950 non-members
- September 30-October 4 Steens Mountain & the Alvord Desert
$995 members / $1,195 non-members
- November 2-16 Madagascar
$6,495 members / $6,795 non-members
Looking for shorter, self-catered trips?
Check out our Audubon Birding Days and Overnights!
Audubon Birding Days and Overnights are affordable, full-day or multi-day outing to a wide variety of natural areas within a day’s drive of Portland. Expert guiding and camaraderie provided! Past offerings have included a daylong exploration of Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuges, Hiking and Birding at Catherine Creek, and Spring Migration on Gresham Buttes.
Pacific Northwest Ecotours
Explore the Pacific Northwest with local experts and guides from one of Oregon’s oldest conservation organizations. These trips are open to people of all skill levels, with a focus on comfortable travel and pacing, broad natural history, and attention to the conservation issues of the region.
Portland Audubon’s domestic Ecotours are full-service birding, natural history, and cultural experiences. Our goal is to make your trip easy, and we arrange all travel, food, and accommodation, and provide expert birding and natural history guiding, so all you have to focus on is what’s on the other side of your binoculars.
Portland Audubon naturalists team up with local expert guides in each destination to provide the best birding, natural history, and cultural trips from Brazil to Ireland to Indonesia. These trips not only highlight the amazing diversity of birds and wildlife, but local and global conservation issues as well.
We strive to create a positive, non-competitive group dynamic that helps everyone feel welcome, comfortable, and engaged throughout the trip. This environment lends itself to the formation of lifelong friendships and deep connection with the natural world. The pace of our trips is suitable for avid birders and the novice alike. We model best practices in the field and always interact with nature in a respectful manner.
All of our Ecotours are designed to keep you safe, curious and inspired. We want every participant to experience the joy of discovery, the power of a strong conservation ethic, and a true sense belonging in the Portland Audubon community.