Bird Walkabout Ticket for July 12, 2024


Morgan Olson, Raptor Educator from the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum, for a one hour walkabout along the Hood River to view birds and learn about local ecology. Binoculars provided. 
Osprey, violet green swallows, and American dipper are just a few of the birds along the way. Learn about the unique history, ecology and geology of the confluence of the Hood and Columbia Rivers.
Guests should be able to walk 1/2 mile on flat ground.  Comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and a bottle of water recommended.  Admission to museum is included with ticket.
Limited to 15 guests each event.  Please, no strollers or guests under age 8.

Meet at the The History Museum at 9am.

Limited to 15 attendees. Tickets are $5 and include admission to the History Museum

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