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5151 NW Cornell Road
Portland, OR 97210 United States

Bird Journals for Beginners and Continuing Journalers – Basic Bird Journaling Skills: Relaxed and Colorful *FULL*

Get started or continue with your bird journal, using drawing, simple watercolor, and writing. We use specimens and photos to practice. You will try simple ways to learn to see in new ways, then draw, write, and use watercolors, and develop your pages. No art experience needed, just enthusiasm and a few tools!

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Bird Journals for Beginners and Continuing Journalers – Observation, Markings, Poses: The Essentials *FULL*

Get started or continue with your bird journal, using drawing, simple watercolor, and writing. We use specimens and photos to practice. You will try simple ways to learn to see in new ways, then draw, write, and use watercolors, and develop your pages. No art experience needed, just enthusiasm and a few tools!

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Bird Journals for Beginners and Continuing Journalers – Drawing/Painting Practice: Tips for at Home *FULL*

Get started or continue with your bird journal, using drawing, simple watercolor, and writing. We use specimens and photos to practice. You will try simple ways to learn to see in new ways, then draw, write, and use watercolors, and develop your pages. No art experience needed, just enthusiasm and a few tools!

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Two Chinstrap Penguins stand facing one another.

Spectrum Savvy: How Birds Exist Outside of Heterosexual and Cisgender Norms

Join us to learn about the birds that exist outside of heteronormative human ideas and family structures. From gay swan foster parents to matriarchal hawk families and same-sex penguin couples, birds have a diverse array of relationship and family styles just like us!

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A Northern Spotted Owl perches on a mossy branch, while looking up towards the upper tree canopy.

The New School of Birding, Module 4: Bird Taxonomy and Population Dynamics

Join Candace and Dan to learn about bird taxonomy and population dynamics through digital classes and field days! Investigate bird origins and the evolving science of taxonomy, dive into the promise and perils of bird naming systems, and investigate how bird distribution and populations change over time in this engaging six-week series.

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