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Sanctuaries and Trails

Connect with nature at Audubon sanctuaries and visitor areas.

Portland Audubon - Nature SanctuaryThe Audubon Society of Portland’s sanctuaries and visitor areas provide many opportunities to enjoy and learn about nature, from meeting our education birds to taking a guided nature walk at our East-side Branch.

Audubon Sanctuary
Our 150-acre nature sanctuary in northwest Portland is open daily from dawn to dusk. Get an up-close look at native wildlife while exploring its 4 miles of forested trails, or visit our education birds, who live on-site at the Wildlife Care Center.

No dogs are allowed on Portland Audubon's sanctuaries trails, please. Birds and other animals have keen senses of sight, smell, and hearing; they think of dogs – even the friendliest ones – as predators. We also know that people see more wildlife in natural areas where dogs are not allowed.

East-side Branch
Enjoy classes, walks, presentations and youth summer camps at our east Portland-metro branch, located at Leach Botanical Garden near Gresham.

Ten Mile Creek Sanctuary
This stretch of temperate rainforest on the Oregon coast is a site of extraordinary ecological importance. School and professional groups can visit Ten Mile Creek by appointment.

Planting for Wildlife
Make a sanctuary for wildlife in your own backyard.

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