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Birdathon trips are fun and educational, AND they raise essential funds for Portland Audubon's conservation and education programs! 

Experience an amazing tour of some of Oregon's best birding areas with expert birders and trip leaders - you'll have a great time birding AND feel great about supporting wildlife conservation across Oregon.

This registration site is designed to make it easy for you to reach out to your friends and family, share your passion for birds and generate much-needed financial support for Portland Audubon's conservation work!

Start a Team! Want to participate in Birdathon on your own schedule with a group of bird-loving friends? Then you might want to start your very own Birdathon team! By starting your own team, you can tailor your Birdathon experience to your own interests. 

Here are some ideas to get you started.

Flying solo? Yes, of course you can Birdathon on your own, even in your own backyard! 

Here are some ideas for you!

Fundraising Tips

Your friends and family will respond to your love of birds - the more personal, the better! Here are some quick bullet points to help get your creative juices flowing:

Iím Birdathoning this year to raise money for Audubon Society of Portlandís conservation and education programs. Iím asking you to pledge me because Portland Audubon:

  • protects birds from our urban neighborhoods to Oregonís high desert, ocean and forest
  • educates 20,000 adults and children every year about conservation through classes, camps and trips, events and programs.
  • operates the only Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in the Portland metro area, treating 3,000 native birds and animals each year, free of charge to the public.
  • offers friendly-friendly experiences in nature at its 150 acre sanctuary in NW Portland

And because:

  • Birds are an important part of a diverse ecosystem!
  • You love Birds!
  • Birds are cool!  

Birdathon Species Checklist:

Species Checklist

               Half Day Trips:
 The Great Big Sit (April 23)
 Morning Doves (May 1)
 A Song in the Morning (May 3)
 The Greater Pewees (May 6)
 Ducking Responsibility (May 6)
 Jackson Bottom Ramblers (May13)
 Millennial Falcons (May 21)
           
                  
  
          Full Day Trips:
Mult Madness (May 3)
Soggy Bottom Birders (May 5)
Clackamas Creepers (May 6)
Washington County Wormeaters (May6)
Whittemore's Whatzits (May 7)
Portland Sneak Creepers (May 13)
Red-breasted Wine Suckers (May 21)  
The Murre the Merrier (May 20) 
Crow-Magnons (May 21)

      Gonzo Trips: 2+ Days
 Lagerhead Shrikes (April 28-30) w
 The Wild Turkeys (May 5-7)
 Cream of the Crop (May 6-7)
 Road Runner Resurrected (May 20-21)
 Owl Be Darned (May 27-28) w
 


   

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