$3,346.10
$3,600
Owl Be Darned Audubon Society of Portland
Owl Be Darned
$3,346.10
$3,600
Audubon Society of Portland
Owl Be Darned
Owl Be Darned

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315 days ago, Owl Be Darned created this page in support of Audubon Society of Portland.

During this time, the 10 members of Owl Be Darned gave everything:

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  • Received 62 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised $3,346.10.

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Owl Be Darned

Join Hailey Walls, Kayla McCurry, and Christine Jervis, Oregon Zoo Educators, for a 3-day trip geared toward women birders. We will start in the Portland area on Friday, gathering Willamette Valley Species and working our way south then East to Sisters and Bend to look for woodpeckers and set up camp for the first night. Saturday we will visit Klamath Marsh and Summer Lake before camping for the night at Cabin Lake. We’ll collaborate on a camp meal, enjoy an evening of camaraderie and listen for nocturnal bird species. Sunday morning it’s up early to bird the desert habitat around Fort Rock for thrashers and other sagebrush species, before returning to Portland Sunday. Camping fees are included. A Minimum of $300 in pledges is required.

Trip Date(s): Friday-Sunday, May 26–28, 2017
Meeting Time: 8:00 a.m. Estimated Return Time: 6:00 p.m.

Trip Rating and Physical Activity: Intense: Our goal is to see the maximum number of species as possible, adding them to our overall count and quickly moving on.

Walking Distance: 2-4 miles; Trip Duration: 3 days; Greatest Elevation Gain: <150 ft.; Sun Exposure: 75%; Walking and Trail Conditions: Average: Walking 1 mile+, moderate grade, occasional steep sections or stairs. Up to 150 ft. Appropriate for participants with average walking ability. Trails may have rocks, roots or other hazards.

Maximum number of participants: 12

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