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Great Blue Heron flies low over the water with its wings spread wide.

PCC Rock Creek Community Science Orientation and Training: Beginning Birders

Join Candace Larson, Portland Audubon Field Biologist, for a virtual orientation/training on our Community Science project in a beautiful greenspace next to Rock Creek Community College.Help us understand how birds are responding to habitat restoration efforts as you bird along a trail.

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A photo of two Black Oystercatchers searching for food on the rocky shores.

Virtual Black Oystercatcher Community Science Training

Black Oystercatchers are a striking and easily recognizable bird in which we share our coast. Learn more about this amazing bird and are interested in helping with Portland Audubon’s community science effort to monitor oystercatchers on the coast, consider attending this training. The training will cover Black Oystercatcher life history, conservation challenges they face, and instructions on how to participate in our abundance and nest monitoring program.

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Two Pigeon Guillemots standing on a rock, one with a fish in its mouth and the other with its beak open.

Seabird Nest Colony Monitoring Virtual Training at Cape Perpetua

Do you like seabirds and care about their welfare? Join a volunteer opportunity to monitor seabird nests at Cape Perpetua & at Oregon’s iconic Haystack Rock.Portland Audubon and partners are monitoring seabird nesting colonies adjacent to the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve in order to better understand how seabirds may respond to the new protections.

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Virtual Snowy Plover Patrol Training – April 2 & 3, 2021

Portland Audubon is partnering with Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and the Institute for Natural Resources to monitor endangered western Snowy Plovers at four sites on the North Coast (from Clatsop Spit in Astoria to Sitka Sedge beach near Pacific City) starting in April and continuing through the summer.  We are looking for folks to perform surveys twice a month but can do fewer if needed. 

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Virtual Snowy Plover Patrol Training – April 10 & 11, 2021

Portland Audubon is partnering with Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to monitor for endangered western Snowy Plovers at four sites on the North Coast (from Clatsop Spit in Astoria to Sitka Sedge beach near Pacific City) starting in April and continuing through the summer.  We are looking for folks to perform surveys twice a month but can do fewer if needed. 

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A photo of two Black Oystercatchers searching for food on the rocky shores.

Virtual Black Oystercatcher Community Science Training

Black Oystercatchers are a striking and easily recognizable bird in which we share our coast. Learn more about this amazing bird and are interested in helping with Portland Audubon’s community science effort to monitor oystercatchers on the coast, consider attending this training. The training will cover Black Oystercatcher life history, conservation challenges they face, and instructions on how to participate in our abundance and nest monitoring program.

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Virtual Snowy Plover Patrol Training – April 1 & 2, 2022

Portland Audubon is partnering with Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and the Institute for Natural Resources to monitor endangered western Snowy Plovers at four sites on the North Coast (from Clatsop Spit in Astoria to Sitka Sedge beach near Pacific City) starting in April and continuing through the summer.  We are looking for folks to perform surveys twice a month but can do fewer if needed. 

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Virtual Snowy Plover Patrol Training – April 9 & 10, 2022

Portland Audubon is partnering with Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to monitor for endangered western Snowy Plovers at four sites on the North Coast (from Clatsop Spit in Astoria to Sitka Sedge beach near Pacific City) starting in April and continuing through the summer.  We are looking for folks to perform surveys twice a month but can do fewer if needed. 

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A photo of two Black Oystercatchers searching for food on the rocky shores.

Virtual Black Oystercatcher Community Science Training

Black Oystercatchers are a striking and easily recognizable bird in which we share our coast. Learn more about this amazing bird and are interested in helping with Portland Audubon’s community science effort to monitor oystercatchers on the coast, consider attending this training. The training will cover Black Oystercatcher life history, conservation challenges they face, and instructions on how to participate in our abundance and nest monitoring program.

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Two Pigeon Guillemots standing on a rock, one with a fish in its mouth and the other with its beak open.

Seabird Nest Colony Monitoring Virtual Training at Cape Falcon

Do you like seabirds and care about their welfare? Join a volunteer opportunity to monitor seabird nests at Cape Falcon Marine Reserve & at Oregon’s iconic Haystack Rock.Portland Audubon and partners are monitoring seabird nesting colonies adjacent to the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve in order to better understand how seabirds may respond to the new protections.

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Two Pigeon Guillemots standing on a rock, one with a fish in its mouth and the other with its beak open.

Seabird Nest Colony Monitoring Virtual Training at Cape Perpetua

Do you like seabirds and care about their welfare? Join a volunteer opportunity to monitor seabird nests at Cape Perpetua .Portland Audubon and partners are monitoring seabird nesting colonies adjacent to Cape Perpetua in order to better understand how seabirds may respond to the new protections.

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