Bridgeton: one of Portland Oregon's smallest, but most unique, neighborhoods
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Stewardship Saturday Saturday, December 13th Join us at Big Four Corners Natural Area along the main stem of the Columbia Slough (see directions below). This is Portland's 4th biggest Natural Area and provides 165 acres of wetland, woodland, waterway and rare white oak habitat. We'll be engaging in some good ol' invasive species removal around some of the public hiking trails. Come donning your sturdiest shoes and, if grey cloud loom above, that favorite yellow slicker. Refreshments will be provided.
Date: Saturday, December 13th
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Big Four Corners Natural Area (Entrance off Marine Drive & NE 185th) Portland, OR
Directions: Head East on I-84. Take the 181st exit and go left on 181st. Proceed a few blocks and take a right on NE Sandy Blvd followed by a left on 185th. Proceed to Marine Dr. and take another left. Drive approx. ¼ and look for a pullout on the left. There will be signs directing you to a parking area.
109th Annual Christmas Bird Count Saturday, January 3rd, 2009 Join the Audubon Society of Portland, Columbia Slough Watershed Council staff, and other supporters for this year's Christmas Bird Count! This historic event is organized each year for intrepid bird lovers to collect annual data. Information from the CBC is used by the Audubon Society to help track bird migrations and population changes. You can help by driving, recording numbers, and identifying bird species.
***Last year's Eagle Eye Award was won by our own North Portland team, for spotting an osprey catching a carp at Whitaker Ponds! Could it be your team this year??