Upcoming nature events in Portland

Regular nature outings: Morning Bird Song Walks with the Audubon Society of Portland, Puddle Stompers and Owl Prowls at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, Nature Days in the Park and Nature Mobile from Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District’s Natural Resources, Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Garden, Story and Strolls and Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Park, Ladybug Nature Walks with Portland Parks & Recreation, Tadpole Tales with Columbia Slough Watershed Council, Bird Walks and Owl Prowls through Backyard Bird Shop, Library events with The Bug Chicks, and Second Saturdays at the Water Resources Education Center in Vancouver, WA.

April events list from Stag Beetle Power!.

April 9 | Lecture: The Living Soil | Metro Master Gardeners

April 9 | Nature Night: Celebrate the Oregon Coast with Kim Stafford | Audubon Society of Portland

April 10 | Free screening of documentary Finding David Douglas | Ecotrust

April 12 | Tacoma MAX Station Project Award Presentation and Online Campaign Launch | Johnson Creek Watershed Council/Oregon Wildlife

April 13 | Wetlands painted turtle walk at Smith & Bybee | Metro

April 13 | Wetlands bird walk at Smith & Bybee | Metro

April 13 | Forest Park Discovery Hike with Marcy Houle | Forest Park Conservancy

April 13 | Friends of Spring Garden Park Native Plant Sale | Spring Garden Park

April 13 | Celebrate Earth Day with OMSI | Cedar Hills Crossing in Beaverton

April 14 | Author Phyllis Reynolds presents Trees of Greater Portland | Hoyt Arboretum

April 15 | Spring nature walk | Hillsboro Library

April 17 | Discovering Wildlife Lecture Series: Stellar & California Sea Lions | Oregon Wildlife

April 18 | Book talk: Dandelion Hunter: Foraging the Urban Wilderness with Rebecca Lerner | Powell’s

April 19 | Brunch with the Birds | Columbia Slough Watershed Council

April 20 | Arbor Day Festival | Portland Parks & Recreation

April 20 | Arbor Day Festival at the Portland Farmers Market | Hoyt Arboretum


April 20 | Milwaukie Earth Day Clean-Up | City of Milwaukie

April 20 | SOLVE IT Earth Days at several parks in Beaverton | Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District

April 20 | Family Nature Explorers – Mount Talbert Nature Park | Metro

April 20 Earth Day! stewardship at Gabriel Park’s natural area Friends of Vermont Creek

April 20 | Earth Day Events- Choose from 3 Locations in the Columbia Slough! (1/2/3) | Columbia Slough Watershed Council

April 20 | Elinor Levin Garlic Mustard Day & Earth Day Celebration | Friends of Tryon Creek

April 20 | EcoFair/Earth Day Celebration: Plant it for the Planet! | Clark Public Utilities

April 20 | Arbor and Earth Days Celebration | Tigard Library

April 20 | Earth Day Celebration at Learning Gardens Lab | PSU

April 20 | Earth Day Celebration – Nature Hunt | Tualatin Riverkeepers/Grow Tualatin

April 20 | Storytelling and Basket Weaving for Kids | Hoyt Arboretum

April 20 | SOLVE IT Earth Day Clean-Up Event | Gateway Green

April 20 | Earth Day 2013 Waterfront Park Cleanup and Kid’s Activities | Columbia Riverkeeper

April 20 | Art, Oregon, and Earth Day | The Gallery

April 20 | 2nd Annual Earth Day Celebration | Concord Elementary

April 20 | Jackson Bottom Native Plant Sale | Jackson Bottom Wetlands Education Center

April 20-21 | Native Plant Sale | Audubon Society of Portland

April 21 | Earth Day Celebration | Portland Children’s Museum

April 21 | Earth Day at Cathlapotle Plankhouse | Friends of the Ridgefield NWR

April 22 | Portland State University Earth Day Festival | PSU Environmental Club

April 22 | Trees and the Geology at Gateway Green | Gateway Green

April 24 | BES Watershed Open House | City of Portland Environmental Services

April 24 | Book signings for Oregon tree books followed by a tree walk at Hoyt Arboretum | World Forestry Center

April 24 | Book talk: Becky Ohlsen presents Walking Portland | Annie Bloom’s Books

April 24 | Book talk: On Mount Hood with Jon Bell | Powell’s

April 25 | An Evening with the Experts: Dr. Tom Smith, Polar Bears International | Oregon Zoo/World Forestry Center

April 25 | Twilight Walk | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge

April 27 | Spring Bird Walk on Cooper Mountain | Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District

April 27 | Spring Native Plant Sale | Tualatin Hills Nature Park

April 27 | Author event: Trees of Greater Portland | Audubon Society of Portland

April 27 | Classroom Discovery Days | Tryon Creek State Park

April 27 | Watershed Wide Event (a day of restoration work parties) | Tryon Creek Watershed Council

April 27 | Name That Tree! Get to Know the Trees in Your Neighborhood | Holgate Library

April 28 | Mt. Tabor Walk with Laura O. Foster, author of Portland Hill Walks | Powell’s

April 28 | Looking for lazulis and lilies at Cooper Mountain | Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District

April 28 | Tracking Club, 9am-noon, $5 per vehicle day use fee | Oxbow Regional Park

April 30 | Fourth Annual Garden Home Sustainability Fair | Washington County Cooperative Library Services

May 4 | Family Nature Explorers – Clear Creek Canyon | Metro

May 8 | Third Annual Regional Trails Fair | The Intertwine

May 11 | Festival of the Birds | Portland Parks and Recreation

May 11 | E.O. Wilson lecture: Letters to a Young Scientist | Powell’s at the Bagdad Theater

May 11 | Wetlands wildlife exploration – kayak tour | Metro

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One Response to Upcoming nature events in Portland

  1. Cader Olive says:

    Hey, this is such great site! I moved to Portland recently from WI, where I was working at a nonprofit effort to involve community members in education around local and sustainable living, nature connection, and community building. Since coming to Portland, I’ve been trying to develop ways to continue this effort here both through local organizations and on my own. I would love to let your members and subscribers know about what I’m offering in terms of nature workshops, mentoring, and consulting. I have kids and grandkids of my own here, and I am dedicated to helping young families find ways to deepen their connection with wild nature and become more responsible members of their wild and human communities. I have been sharing my skills and experience with folks spontaneously as I meet them on the trail and through free venues, but I am also trying to support myself, so I offer a variety of workshops and custom classes and mentoring. You can learn more about me and workshops I offer at http://www.learnnatureskills.com and at the Nature Connection meetup site in Portland at http://www.meetup.com/Nature-Connection/.

    One workshop your members might be interested in that’s coming up soon is a nature connection workshop offered at Breitenbush Hotsprings July 15-17. You can get more info on this at the 2 sites above or by contacting Breitenbush at office@breitenbush.com.

    I really appreciate what you are doing here, and I hope to be able to support and participate in your efforts as time goes on. Thanks, Cader Olive

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