Marcy Cottrell Houle is also the author of an Audubon Society of Portland Nature Store best-seller, “One City’s Wilderness: Portland’s Forest Park,” as well as “The Prairie Keepers: Secrets of the Zumwalt.” She is a tireless advocate for the preservation of Forest Park, and a frequent participant in Audubon’s Wild Arts Festival.
Houle will speak in Heron Hall at the Audubon Society of Portland’s main branch, located at 5151 NW Cornell Road, Portland. For more information or to reserve books, please call the Nature Store at 503-292-9453. Information about the event is also available on the Audubon Society of Portland website.
Founded in 1902, Portland Audubon is one of the oldest conservation organizations in the nation. It promotes the understanding, enjoyment and protection of native birds, other wildlife and their habitats through its conservation and environmental education programs, its 150-acre Nature Sanctuary and Nature Store in northwest Portland, and its Wildlife Care Center.
For more information, call 503-292-6855 or visit www.audubonportland.org.