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The Best of Trinidad and Tobago: Birding and Wildlife

Join us and local guide, Faraaz Abdool in Trinidad and Tobago where we’ll visit all of the birding hotspots with a special focus on the dizzying array of easy-to-see, gorgeous hummingbirds and other neotropical species. From the unforgettable experience of watching thousands of Scarlet Ibis return to their roost, to catching a glimpse of the critically endangered Trinidad Piping-Guan sipping water from a bromeliad, you are sure to have the trip of a lifetime!

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MONDAYS: Bird Song Walks at Canemah Bluff Nature Park

Join us at Canemah Bluff, a migratory bird hotspot for birdsong and wildflowers!

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TUESDAYS: Accessible Bird Song Walks at Commonwealth Lake Park

Join us on Tuesdays at Commonwealth Lake Park!

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Black-headed Grosbeak perched on green leafy branch

MONDAYS: Bird Song Walks at Canemah Bluff Nature Park

Join us at Canemah Bluff, a migratory bird hotspot for birdsong and wildflowers!

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A Tree Swallow is perched on a mossy branch, with a green background.

TUESDAYS: Accessible Bird Song Walks at Commonwealth Lake Park

Join us on Tuesdays at Commonwealth Lake Park!

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TUESDAYS: Bird Song Walks at Wilkes Creek

Join us for Bird Song Walks on Tuesdays at Wilkes Creek in NE Portland!

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WEDNESDAYS: Bird Song Walks at Mt. Tabor – 2.0

Mt. Tabor is one of the most popular birding locations in the Portland Metro area and is a hotspot for migrant birds in spring. The mornings will include birdsong from our resident forest birds and colorful visitors like the Western Tanager and many warblers.

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WEDNESDAYS: Bird Song Walks at Mt. Tabor – New Birders!

New to birding? New to birding Mt. Tabor? Our legendary Mt. Tabor bird song walk can be a big group. This will be a shorter outing with a smaller group size (on most days). Be ready for a laid back and casual birding time.

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THURSDAYS: Bird Song Walks at Oaks Bottom

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge Bird Song Walks are a fan favorite! It is the largest remaining natural area within the lower Willamette River floodplain and provides important habitat to more than 175 bird species.

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