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Field Class: Nature Connection and Writing Workshop Series with Julia Waters

In this workshop series, Julia will guide participants through sensory-based nature connection, reflective writing exercises and techniques, and community connection.

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A Western Tanager is perched on a branch of a green tree.

Field Trip: The Birds of Mt. Tabor in April

Join Greg and Erin to enjoy a morning at Mt. Tabor, one of Portland’s most beloved birding hotspots. Mid-April is the beginning of primetime spring migration! The many migrant species we may see include Common Yellowthroat, Black-throated Gray Warbler, Wilson’s Warbler, Western Tanager, House Wren, and Warbling Vireo.

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Forest Bathing for Birders

Discover the beauty of joining birds on their terms through the stillness of forest bathing – like sunbathing – where your senses soak up the experience of being supported by the forest. Walks are slow and include a series of sensory-based invitations that encourage pausing and noticing the space and places that support our bird friends.

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A large seabird, the Northern Gannet, is standing on a rock with wings open.

Coastal New England: Shorebirds, Seabirds, and Whales

Join Erin Law and Portland Audubon’s newest ecotour guide, class instructor, and author Cameron Cox to explore from scenic Cape Cod up to the rugged and beautiful Arcadia National Park. On this week-long adventure, we’ll enjoy shorebirds, seabirds, and whales with a side of warblers and clam chowder!

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