Category Archives: bats

Oregon Wildlife lecture series videos

Oregon Wildlife has posted videos of some of their recent lecture series on YouTube. Wolverines in Oregon: Bats of the Northwest: Snakes of Oregon: Beavers: California & Stellar Sea Lions: Black Bears: Moose: Pikas: Red Tree Voles: Woodpeckers: Purple Martins:

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Upcoming nature events in Portland

July 7 | Library Story Walk: “Bring the whole family for a StoryWalk at Spring Garden Park led by the Capitol Hill Library youth librarian. This special storytime will explore a nature book and the park at the same time. A nature … Continue reading

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Bat Walk at 2012 Tualatin River Bird Festival

This bat walk at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge () on May 18th, part of the 2012 Tualatin River Bird Festival, was with Chris Hein of Bat Conservation International, who also did the one we attended at the Audubon … Continue reading

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Bat Night with Audubon Society of Portland

On August 27th we headed to the Audubon Society of Portland for their Bat Night, in celebration of “International Bat Night, a global event highlighting these fascinating animals. Cris Hein, from Bat Conservation International, will present slides of dozens of … Continue reading

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International Bat Night, August 27th

Via Audubon Society of Portland: International Bat Night When: Aug 27, 2011 from 07:30 pm to 09:00 pm Please join us August 27th at 7:30 at the Audubon Society of Portland to celebrate International Bat Night, a global event highlighting … Continue reading

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