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Portland Audubon – Heron Hall

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5151 NW Cornell Road
Portland, OR United States
A photo of a Coho Salmon under water.

Wild Salmon Run!, Grades 3-5

Come join the wild Salmon run in the Columbia River Gorge on this exciting search for wildlife! We’ll visit a fish hatchery to explore the trails and diverse habitat. We will hike parts of the forest that are supported by the salmon run and if luck joins us, we could spot a few Osprey and Bald Eagle.

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Returning Song Birds, Grades 3-5 *2 spots left*

Experience the colorful songbirds returning from their winter homes. Go deep into the woods with binoculars in hand to search for our feathered friends. Then return back to base to sketch, draw and color your findings on paper. You will also have time to sing back some of the incredible sounds that you experienced in the forest at spring time.

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Trunks, Barks, and Leaves, Grades 3-5

Come explore the tall, green and brown beings that inhabit our local forest. Learn to identify different tree barks, sketch the shapes of leaves, collect samples in the forest and even plant your own seeds. We will make nature-based crafts with the natural materials that our nurturing forest provides.

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A Bug’s Life, Grades 1-3 *FULL*

This camp is all about learning more about what makes these animals so awesome! We will meet some live insects from around Oregon and you’ll have a chance to better understand the role they play in our ecosystems and ways to appreciate them for who they are. After meeting some bugs and spiders up close we will spend time in the sanctuary seeking out some of the local inhabitants that call this forest home.

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Bushtit perched on a branch

Nature Night: The Secret Lives of Bushtits

Bushtits seem like adorable, friendly balls of fluff but how much do you really know about these mysterious little birds?  Join Dr. Sarah Sloane as she reveals some of the intriguing complexities of bushtit social structure she has uncovered during her research in Arizona and Portland. 

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