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Pacific Northwest Trip: Migration Along the Central Coast

Visit some of Oregon’s premier migration hotspots as we search for shorebirds and other fall migrants.

September 22nd
Wednesday
to 23rd
Thursday
8:00AM 2 days
Member Price: $200.00
Non-member Price: $260.00
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Audubon Birding Day: Gulls in Winter

Join us on a trip to the northern coast to study the year's biggest variety of gull species. Side-by-side comparisons will help you solidify your gulling skills.

October 30th
Saturday
9:00AM 6 hours 30 minutes
Member Price: $85.00
Non-member Price: $115.00
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Amazon River Cruise

Travel with Portland Audubon on a once-in-a-lifetime cruise through the heart of upper Amazonia, on the largest river in the world! The Amazonian region boasts more than 120 endemic species and may be the most biologically diverse place on the planet – a true paradise. We will bird on a variety of tropical forest walks, observe wildlife and explore canals and lagoons by watercraft, and take in the Peruvian culture and history.

March 9th
Wednesday
to 19th, 2022
Saturday
11 days
Member Price: $5,495.00
Non-member Price: $5,795.00
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Birding Oregon Hotspots: Portland Metro Area

The Portland area may be Oregon’s most densely populated region, but there are a lot of good birding spots tucked away within the urban landscape. This class will introduce you to some of the best birding sites around Portland, show you how to get there, and prepare you for some of the birds you can expect to see at each site.

February 22nd, 2022
Tuesday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member: $20.00
Non-member: $30.00
45

Little Brown Birds: Wrens, Finches, and Blackbirds

This class will show you how to identify the wrens, finches, and blackbirds that live in the Portland area.

February 8th, 2022
Tuesday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member Price: $20.00
Non-member Price: $30.00
45

Winter Waterfowl

Many species of waterfowl spend the winter in the Willamette Valley. This class will highlight field marks that enable you to identify ducks and geese from a distance.

January 11th, 2022
Tuesday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member Price: $20.00
Non-member Price: $30.00
45

Feeding Birds

Feeding birds is a great way to enjoy a variety of species from the comfort of home. This class will show you how to feed effectively and safely.

December 7th
Tuesday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member Price: $20.00
Non-member Price: $30.00
45

Sparrows in Winter

Oregon hosts a great variety of sparrows in the winter. This class will show you what to look for to tell all those little brown birds apart.

November 18th
Thursday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member Price: $20.00
Non-member Price: $30.00
45

Rio Grande Valley: The Tropical Birds of Texas

Travel to the famed Lower Rio Grande Valley, home to some of the most intriguing birds in the United States. We’ll enjoy Green Jay, Altamira and Audubon Orioles, Plain Chachalacas, and hope for some of the thrilling rarities that make this area so unique. Along the way we’ll learn about the ecological and humanitarian challenges along the border and in the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge system.

November 16th
Tuesday
to 21st
Sunday
8:00AM 6 days
Member Price: $1,795.00
Non-Member Price: $2,395.00
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Pacific Northwest Trip: The Olympic Peninsula

Join us as we explore the Strait of Juan de Fuca in search of rarities, loons, alcids (murres, guillemots, auklets, puffins, and murrelets), and spectacular views.

November 4th
Thursday
to 7th
Sunday
7:00AM 3 days
Member Price: $595.00
Non-member Price: $795.00
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Gulls in Winter

This class will show you what to look for when identifying an unknown gull. We will look at shape, behavior, and the various plumages gulls go through before they reach adulthood.

October 26th
Tuesday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member Price: $20.00
Non-member Price: $30.00
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Bird Journals for Beginners and Continuing Journalers!

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! Register for each class separately.

September 25th
Saturday
10:00AM 4 hours
Member Price: $55.00
Non-member Price: $75.00
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October 16th
Saturday
10:00AM 4 hours
Member Price: $55.00
Non-member Price: $75.00
8

Audubon Birding Day: Newport

Join Stefan for a birding adventure along the Columbia River Gorge. We will look for loons, grebes, sea ducks and other odd birds. It is the time of year when unusual birds show up along the river. We will be back in Portland around 6 p.m.

October 23rd
Saturday
6:30AM 12 hours
Member Price: $85.00
Non-member Price: $115.00
7

Field Trip: Birding by Ear - Winter Migrants

Explore Oaks Bottom, the refuge in the city, listening for returning winter migrants and enjoying waterfowl.

October 12th
Tuesday
8:00AM 2 hours 30 minutes
Member Price: $45.00
Non-member Price: $65.00
7

Audubon Birding Day: Newport

Join Stefan on a full-day adventure on the beautiful Oregon coast searching for sea birds and migrating passerines.

October 9th
Saturday
7:45AM 8 hours 15 minutes
Member Price: $85.00
Non-member Price: $115.00
6

Fab Females: Become A Better Birder & Aid in Bird Conservation

Join us for an investigation into why female birds (and birders) have been historically overlooked, and how we can all help at-risk species by taking the time to identify female birds and record where we see them.

October 7th
Thursday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member: $20.00
Non-member: $30.00
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Birding Oregon Hotspots: Washington County Wetlands

We will cover the well-known sites, but also the little out-of-way wetlands that most birders miss. Join local author John Rakestraw to learn about the best wetland birding locations in Washington County!

October 5th
Tuesday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member: $20.00
Non-member: $30.00
24

Pacific Northwest Trip: Raptor Migration at Green Ridge

Green Ridge is Oregon’s unsung raptor migration hotspot, with comparable numbers of raptors to the more well-known Bonney Butte, but easier access and more accessible local birding. Join Brodie Cass Talbott for a self-catering tour of peak raptor migration at Green Ridge. We will augment an afternoon of raptor counting with birding around the Sisters and Black Butte area.

October 2nd
Saturday
to 3rd
Sunday
8:00AM 2 days
Member Price: $200.00
Non-member Price: $260.00
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Field Class: Beginning Field Birding and Sauvie Island Explorati

Join Greg Baker and Ricky Allen for Saturday morning explorations at one of Oregon’s most accessible Important Bird Areas, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area.This class series is perfect for those interested in developing and sharpening their birding skills under a variety of field conditions with expert birders. Explore different habitats on the island, learn bird calls, and search for waterfowl, songbirds, and raptors.

October 2nd
Saturday
8:00AM 4 hours
Member Price: $95.00
Non-member Price: $125.00
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October 2nd
Saturday
12:30PM 4 hours
Member Price: $95.00
Non-member Price: $125.00
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Raptors in Flight

Learn the secrets of identifying raptors “on the wing,” just in time for peak raptor migration.

September 28th
Tuesday
6:00PM 1 hour
Member: $20.00
Non-member: $30.00
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Trinidad and Tobago

Join Portland Audubon to bird, watch nesting Leatherback sea turtles, snorkel Carribean waters, and simply savor the tropical paradise and cultural vibrancy of Trinidad and Tobago. We will be splitting our time between the islands, providing a unique opportunity to slow down and be intentional about learning neotropical birds in one of the richest birding countries per square mile. Highlights include searching for the critically endangered Piping Guan and observing one of nature’s greatest spectacles, thousands of brilliantly red Scarlet Ibises filling the skies above Caroni Swamp.

April 5th
Tuesday
to 15th, 2022
Friday
11 days
Member Price: $4,995.00
Non-member Price: $5,495.00
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