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5151 NW Cornell Road
Portland, OR 97210 United States

Native Plant Sale

Spring is sprouting and blooming at the Audubon Native Plant Sale! All gardeners are welcome – we are eager to help you celebrate the growing season.More than 100 species of Oregon wildflowers, shrubs and trees will be available to enhance your yard, woodland or stream bank. Special shopping lists will be available for shade, sun, butterflies and hummingbirds.

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Native Plant Sale

Spring is sprouting and blooming at the Audubon Native Plant Sale! All gardeners are welcome – we are eager to help you celebrate the growing season.More than 100 species of Oregon wildflowers, shrubs and trees will be available to enhance your yard, woodland or stream bank. Special shopping lists will be available for shade, sun, butterflies and hummingbirds.

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*FULL* Stream Secrets

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Creatures of the Forest Art

Create wildly imaginative drawings and vibrantly colored paintings and clay sculptures inspired by the forest animals and their habitat.

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Stayin’ Alive (Overnight Wed – Fri)

Create wildly imaginative drawings and vibrantly colored paintings and clay sculptures inspired by the forest animals and their habitat.

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Skunked!

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Birds of the Forest Art

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Wonders of the Forest: Sketching Nature

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Archery 101 Session 1

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Wilderness Scouts (Half Day: Open to Kindergarten)

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Forest Fairies

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Jr. Bird Biologist

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Fire, Sticks, and Stones (Overnight Thurs-Fri)

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Archery 101 Session 2

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Rooted

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Frogs and Friends

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* OWLS

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Jr. Wildlife Vet 102 Session 2

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Broken Top Backpacker (9 days, August 15-23)

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Raptor Rama

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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*FULL* Birds of a Feather…

Enter the world of the fish and the frog to scout for aquatic animals. Search out insects in our stream and look under rocks to find tons of camouflaged creatures.

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Halloween Night Flight

Celebrate Halloween at Portland Audubon! Enjoy crafts, learning stations, and a naturalist-led night walk that will investigate the creatures that haunt our Nature Sanctuary at night. Night hikes are first come first serve, so please be sure to get here early to sign-up for a spot. 

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Opt Outside at Portland Audubon

Opt Outside and help prepare our Sanctuary Trails for the winter! We will rake all 4 miles of our NW Portland sanctuaries, which keeps them safe and accessible during the wet winter months. 

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Snowy Gnomes

Step into the world of the fabled Gnomes of the Pacific Northwest and explore the mystery and folklore of these mythical creatures.

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Wild in the Winter

Spend a day at Portland Audubon getting all of your questions about animal winter survival answered as we play games, conduct science experiments, and create snowy crafts, exploring the amazing world of animal survival.

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Candle Crafting

Learn the craft of candle making! Candles have been used as a source of light to illuminate the dark for more than 5,000 years and symbolize a celebration, honor a ceremony, soothe the senses, and cast a warm and lovely glow to the cold days of winter.

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Hoots There

This camp is all about OWLS! Investigate the amazing adaptations of these avian predators as you handle talons, skulls, nests, wings and feathers.

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*1 spot left* Junior Wildlife Vet

Join other animal lovers for a day devoted to learning about caring for injured and orphaned wildlife.

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Junior Raptor Road Trip – 2 spots left!

Grab your binoculars and join us for a day exploring Sauvie Island in search of eagles, hawks, and falcons who call the island home in the winter.

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Snowy Overnight Adventure

Come out and enjoy all things winter at Marmot Cabin as we adventure through the wintry forests of Mt. Hood, build snowy creations, learn about wintering animals and drink hot cocoa by the fire.

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*FULL* Winter Forest Art

Create colorful drawings, make clay sculptures, and a mixed media nature assemblage based on your observations of our resident Education Ambassadors and the critters you meet who live in our forested wildlife habitat at the Portland Audubon Sanctuary.

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Creatures of the Night

As you are fast asleep at night what kind of animals are scurrying about wide awake? Come out and learn all about the animals and their amazing adaptations that help them survive the night!

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*FULL* Snowshoe Hares to Polar Bears

Come spend a day journeying within the Audubon Sanctuary, exploring the amazing and unique adaptations that animals use to cope with the harsh winter weather.

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*FULL* Wolves II!

Experience the thrilling world of Wolves as we travel as a pack to the Wolf Haven Sanctuary located near Tenino, Washington.

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Elk Extravaganza – one spot left!

Jump on board for an old-fashioned hayride as we study the Roosevelt Elk at Jewell Meadows Wildlife Preserve. Learn to track as we follow Elk trails through the woods and meadows of the coast range.

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Frosty Fairies

Come out as we search for our fairy friends in the magical Portland Audubon Sanctuary. If you love magic and fun, this is the camp for you!

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Cancelled: Tails of the Forest

During this week long camp, you’ll learn about all the tails of the forest and the animals that they belong to. Each day we will focus on a different theme as we tell tales about animals, play animal games and make art projects inspired by what you learn.

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Cancelled: Nature’s Art

Spend the day adventuring through the forest, building natural sculptures and playing games among the trees.

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Cancelled: Jr. Wildlife Vet 101 (Spring)

This camp will bring you face to face with the world of wildlife veterinarians. You will meet the experts of our very own Wildlife Care Center. Put on your wildlife vet coat as you participate in mock intake exams on injured stuffed animals, look at x-rays of injured animals and create projects to help wild animals thrive in our city.

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Cancelled: Forest Mask-arade

Come dressed in your own camouflage as we investigate how animals blend into the forest and their surroundings. We’ll learn skills of stealth as we search our sanctuary for hidden homes of forest creatures and play games that test our camouflage skills. Make and take home your very own forest mask.

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Cancelled: Jays & Juncos

Our wildlife sanctuary is home to birds of all sizes, from the zippy hummingbird, the secretive Pacific Wren and the loud, to the flashy Stellar’s Jay, we will spend the day looking and listening for the birds that live here. Find out how these birds coexist through games and crafts!

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Cancelled: Newt Scoot

Come meet the amphibians that live in Portland Audubon’s sanctuary! Hundreds of Rough Skinned Newts congregate in our pond in the spring, along with Red-legged Frogs and Northwestern Salamanders. Learn about their unique life cycles, how to safely and respectfully catch and handle salamanders, and how to identify the most common amphibians found in Oregon.

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Cancelled: Author Event: William Sullivan on 100 Hikes in NW Oregon & SW Washington

Oregon’s hiking expert, William Sullivan, takes us on an illustrated tour of a dozen new hikes he discovered while researching the fifth edition of 100 Hikes in NW Oregon & SW Washington. After fires closed dozens of trails in the Columbia Gorge, the 2019 version of the guide describes the changes and suggests new trails that are not damaged.

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Nature Adventure Club: Feathers & Flight

Join our educators to get to know some of Portland’s most common birds, check out cool skulls, feathers and feet, and dive into the amazing adaptations that help these living dinosaurs survive and thrive throughout our city.

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*FULL* Nature Adventure Club: Tiny Nature City

Join us to explore the plants, flowers, bugs and critters that make up this incredible world at your feet with stories, art, and games.

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Stories of the Earth

Get your kids engaged with nature!

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Backyard Explorers: Trees & Plants

Get your kids engaged with nature!

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Junior Birder

Get your kids engaged with nature!

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