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Raptor Natural History

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When: Jan 31, 2019 06:00 PM to Feb 03, 2019 12:00 PM
Contact:
Erin Law

January 31, February 3 | Join raptor experts Nicki Dardinger and Greg Smith to learn more about these amazing birds and what makes them such successful hunters.

 

Jan 31 (Thurs), 6PM - 8:30PM: Class at REI Portland Store, Community Room, 1405 NW
Johnson St. Portland, 97209

Feb 3 (Sun) 9AM - Noon: Field Trip to Sauvie Island

Peregrine Falcon
Peregrine Falcon by Adam Stunkel

Eagles, Owls, and Falcons...oh my! Oregon is home to over twenty species of raptors, all with incredible adaptations, behaviors, and life histories that enable them to be master predators of the skies. Join raptor experts Nicki Dardinger and Greg Smith to learn more about these amazing birds and what makes them such successful hunters.  After our time together in the classroom, we’ll take a field trip to Sauvie Island where we will look for Northern Harriers, Red-Tailed Hawks, American Kestrels, Merlins, Bald Eagles, and if we’re especially lucky, catch a glimpse of a Rough-legged Hawk and Peregrine Falcon. This class is perfect for beginner and experienced birders alike.



Classroom: Limited to 40 participants
Fee for Class with Field Trips, limited to 15 participants:

  $50 members / $65 non-members

(Event Type = Adult class with field trip)

Fee for Class-only Option:
$14

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