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Road Scholar

Portland Audubon offers two Road Scholar programs a year in spring and fall. Contact Road Scholar to register.

Road Scholar is now the program name for Elderhostel, Inc.

In 1984, the Audubon Society of Portland offered the very first birding Elderhostel (now Road Scholar) Program in the country with then education director James Davis leading. Currently we offer two programs per year in spring and fall. Our programs are advertised in the Road Scholar catalog and on their website. All of our Road Scholar offerings consistently receive the highest rating.

All programs begin on Sunday afternoon and end at noon the following Friday. We have a great time getting to know each other, spending time exploring and learning about the beautiful Pacific Northwest and seeing lots of birds! We hope you will join us on one of our adventures. Program fee includes all meals, lodging, and transportation beginning Sunday evening through Friday lunch, and the services of your leaders.

The link below will take you to the Road Scholar website

NOTE:  All registration and payment is handled through
Road Scholar.
Call 1-800-454-5768

Road Scholar programs are open to everyone.


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