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Portland Audubon – Heron Hall

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5151 NW Cornell Road
Portland, OR United States
audubonportland.org
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Wild Wintercrafting *FULL*

Get inspired to be crafty as we hike our trails, visit with our Ambassador Animals and find natural objects to incorporate into your art. You will learn how to make rolled beeswax and scented candles to cast a warm and lovely glow on the cold days of winter. Create colorful drawings and mixed media art based on your observations and found objects from our wildlife habitat at the Portland Audubon Sanctuary.

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Newt Scoot *FULL*

Come meet the amphibians that live in Portland Audubon’s sanctuary! Learn about their unique life cycles, what they need in their habitats, and how to identify the most common amphibians found in Oregon.

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Tails of the Forest *FULL*

Join us as we learn about all the tails of the forest and the animals that they belong to. Play animal games and make art inspired by what you learn.

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Wild Art Adventure *FULL*

Join us as we find inspiration in our Sanctuary and get creative! We will learn about different art forms and engage with these mediums as we explore the forest to find our creative inspiration!

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November Break Camp, Grades 3-5: Fall Flight

Spend the day learning about the amazing adaptation of flight and bird migration! We will dive into all sorts of animals that use flight as their main mode of transportation and investigate the different adaptations that allow them to do this amazing feat! We will look at specimens, create flight themed art projects, look for these animals in the forest and learn about the challenges that these airborne creatures face.

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November Break Camp, Grades 1-2: Magical Forest

Many magical creatures roam the forest floor when we’re not looking. Join us for Magical Forest Camp to explore the trails in search of our Nature Sanctuary’s enchanted wonders! From fairies and gnomes, to furry critters who stay hidden, we will learn how to hone our senses, make art and create homes for these animals and magical beings.

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Winter Break Camp: Birds in Winter, Grades 4-6

Come learn about the birds that stay in Portland, the birds that migrate out and why they do what they do! We will walk the forest searching for winter residents, travel to a nearby wetland, and play games to take a deeper dive into bird survival and create crafts to help birds in the winter!

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