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Portland Audubon – Heron Hall

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5151 NW Cornell Road
Portland, OR 97210 United States

Uncovering the Hidden World of a Secretive Seabird

The Marbled Murrelet is a threatened seabird that inhabits Oregon’s coastal areas. Join Dr. Jim Rivers, lead scientist for the Oregon Marbled Murrelet Project, to learn why murrelets are so unique, what it takes to locate active murrelet nests, and recent findings from the project.

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Crafting: Watercolor Wolf Portraits

All skill levels welcome! Enjoy a day of painting with acrylics using watercolor techniques to create fantastic portraits of wolves that live here in Oregon!We will work from photos of our state wolves like Sophie and her famous son Journey, as well as images of wolves at play while we paint portraits that represent these fun personalities. Skills learned in this class can help develop your own wildlife painting style.

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Autumn Shorebirds

The southbound shorebird migration begins early and goes late, from July to October, with changes every week. Fall begins with adult birds that sport worn plumage arriving in the Northwest as early as July. Juveniles follow weeks later and increase numbers and diversity. Join local author and guide John Rakestraw for an evening class to learn how to identify these long-distance migrants, and then choose from two field trips to practice your skills in the field.

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Autumn Shorebirds

The southbound shorebird migration begins early and goes late, from July to October, with changes every week. Fall begins with adult birds that sport worn plumage arriving in the Northwest as early as July. Juveniles follow weeks later and increase numbers and diversity. Join local author and guide John Rakestraw for an evening class to learn how to identify these long-distance migrants, and then choose from two field trips to practice your skills in the field.

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