Bird Alliance of Oregon's three wildlife sanctuaries provide 479-acres of protected and restored habitat for Oregon's native species, from the threatened Marbled Murrelet to the common Black-capped Chickadee. 

Our three sanctuaries, located on the central coast, in Portland, and in the foothills of Mt. Hood, all provide vital opportunities for habitat protection and environmental education.

Bird Alliance of Oregon Wildlife Sanctuary

Just 10 minutes from downtown Portland, our 172-acre sanctuary is the perfect place for people of all ages to connect with nature. The public can visit our Wildlife Care Center, Nature Store, Interpretive Center, walk more than four miles of family-friendly trails to see old growth forest, a pond and streams, and take part in a multitude of educational classes and events offered throughout the year. More than 40,000 people visit our Portland location each year.

Ten Mile Creek

Located on the central coast near Yachats, Oregon, the Ten Mile Creek Sanctuary is a 216-acre reserve of extraordinary ecological importance. It includes the largest intact stand of coastal temperate rainforest of Sitka Spruce and Western Hemlock in the lower 48 states and is home to the federally listed Marbled Murrelet and Northern Spotted Owl.

Miller Wildlife Sanctuary

Bordering the Bull Run Watershed, Marmot Cabin and the adjoining 91-acre Miller Wildlife Sanctuary is the perfect place for youth to learn about wildlife, healthy ecosystems and natural history. Through overnight trips, day programs, camps, and Outdoor School, our expert instructors provide a safe space for youth to learn, explore, and connect with both the land and each other, grounding them in science, and instilling a love and understanding for the natural world.