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Lost and Imperiled Species of the Oregon Coast

Join Portland Audubon and partner Oregon Wild for an evening with local experts and hear about the history, ecological value, and challenges facing Oregon's native coastal wildlife. Species highlighted will include the Western Snowy Plover, Marbled Murrelet, and sea otter. More.



Science Pub Portland: Light Pollution & Birds

For eons, the night was lit only by the moon and stars. At OMSI's Science Pub on November 1, Portland Audubon's Mary Coolidge will delve into the importance of darkness for nocturnal species as well as for the millions of migrating birds. More.


Support Portland Clean Energy Initiative, Measure 26-201!

With weeks left until the election, we need you to show your support for the Portland Clean Energy Initiative by picking up a yard sign today! It helps spread the word and encourages others to vote yes to ensure that Portland commits to simultaneously fighting climate change and promoting social justice.  More.

Wildlife Care Center

A Bald Eagle Far from Home Lands in Troutdale Sewage Lagoon

After landing in a sewage slurry at a local Wastewater Treatment lagoon, this Bald Eagle made a full recovery thanks to the help of a Waste Treatment Operator and the Wildlife Care Center. More.

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