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Adult Programs

A wide variety of trips, classes and local field trips, both fee-based and free!

American Kestrel - Jim Cruce
American Kestrel - Jim Cruce

International Ecotours
Trips vary in geographic destinations and provide an opportunity to get close to nature while exploring and learning about new habitats. Your travel dollar supports Portland Audubon while you do some excellent bird watching and wildlife viewing. REGISTER

Domestic Ecotours
Explore exciting destinations in the U.S. while supporting our education programs. We travel by 15-passenger van from our starting location and explore the best birding and natural areas. REGISTER

Classes: Birding and Natural History
Classes are offered throughout the year and are taught by experienced birders and naturalists. Birding: we have class/field trip offerings that focus on raptors, sparrows, waterfowl, beginning birding and birding by ear, as well as class-only offerings focused on a particular group of birds. Natural history: look for classes focused on animal tracking, wildflowers, butterflies and dragonflies, among other subjects.

Audubon Outings: Free Local Field Trips
People with all levels of experience, from beginning to expert, are welcome on these free, volunteer-led field trips. Pre-registration is required. Bring your binoculars and dress for the weather! Beginners always welcome! REGISTER

Audubon Birding Days
Active, informative, and fun! Price varies. Transportation included, bring your own food. Pre-registration is required. Bring your binoculars and dress for the weather! Beginners always welcome!

Morning Bird Song Walks
From beginners to advanced birders, anyone who is fascinated by the sounds of birds should take advantage of these FREE guided walks to the metro area’s prime spring migration hot spots. They occur most weekdays during April and May.  REGISTER

Nature Night Speaker Series 2018-2019
Portland Audubon’s 2018-2019 Nature Night Speakers Series is committed to presenting entertaining and expert talks on natural history, wildlife, and conservation issues. Nature Night is a chance for the community to engage with naturalists, authors, artists, enthusiasts, and activists about issues that affect the world around us. With topics ranging from hidden places of the Pacific Northwest to diversity in the conservation movement to bats, there is a talk for everyone. Our series takes place on the second Tuesday of the month, November through May (unless otherwise noted).


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