We have a fantastic habitat restoration event coming up next Saturday, December 16th at Errol Heights Park! This event is a collaboration with Portland Parks and Recreation and Friends of Errol Heights, and it is extra special because it occurs around one of the important cold-water springs in Johnson Creek. That means that it helps provide habitat for salmon and other freshwater species. During this time of year, it is also common to see waterfowl and other wildlife in the park.
Come take a bird walk with naturalist and bird enthusiast Mark Fitzsimons and birding instructor for Audubon Society of Portland Laura Whittemore, then help make Errol Heights a better habitat for wildlife!
Spend time outdoors
Restore important habitat
Meet awesome people
7:45am- Optional 1 hour bird walk with local birding experts
8:45am- Registration for the event begins
12pm- Event wraps up!
Tools, water, snacks, and guidance will be provided. Please dress for the weather. Wear layers and closed toed shoes (preferably tall rubber boots, it can be mucky!), and be prepared to have a GREAT time!
Click HERE for more details. To register for this event. please email Volunteer Coordinator Courtney Beckel at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (503) 652-7447 ext. 101.
Thank you for your support, we hope to see you there!
Please visit the registration link, or email Courtney Beckel at email@example.com to let us know that you will be coming to the event! If planning to attend the bird walk, please be at the location by 7:45.