Vancouver, Washington (Clark County)


Vancouver is located near the Oregon-Washington border on the Columbia River and north of Portland, OR.

Mission Statement:

Vancouver Audubon believes in the wisdom

of nature痴 design and promotes this through education, involvement, stewardship, enjoyment

and advocacy.

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VAS Website is hosted by Infinity Internet: Vancouver, WA

Text Box: Meeting: Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Pre Program Free Birding Class: 30 Minutes 
Time: 6:45 PM

General Meeting & Program
 Time: 7:30 PM
 Birding Oregon
a travelogue of regions and habitats of Oregon
by John Rakestraw

We live on the border between two great birding states.  This program will focus on opportunities we have that we may not have considered. John Rakestraw is the author of BIRDING OREGON and he has just released an updated version.  He is a frequent contributor to Bird Watching, Northwest Travel, Kansas! Magazine, and others.  John teaches classes for Audubon Society of Portland and works for Backyard Bird Shops. 


September 6th, Saturday, 2014 Field Trip
Bottle Beach & Grays Harbor
Time: 7:00 AM

              Leader:  Eric Bjorkman, 360-695-3116  
              When: September 6th, Saturday 
              Time: 7:00 AM
              Meet at: Salmon Creek Park & Ride at 134th St. (Tenney St) 
                              & 10th Ave.
If you are driving, bring your Discovery Pass.

Dress for any weather, bring lunch, snacks & water, and don稚 forget your binoculars

This month Eric Bjorkman will lead Vancouver Audubon痴 field trip to Bottle Beach and other Grays Harbor County hot spots.  High tide at Bottle Beach near Westport, WA will be at 11:49 am, so we値l need to leave Vancouver bright and early to arrive in time for optimal viewing (about two hours before high tide.   If you have a two-way FRS radio, please bring it along so we値l have continuous contact with all vehicles.

We値l be visiting at the peak of shorebird migration and should see many of the usual suspects.   The neat thing about fall migration is that there is a higher likelihood that something unusual will show up while we池e there.  If you plan to join us, please call Eric at (360) 695-3116 to confirm.

                     We will carpool.       Do not forget to pay your driver for gas.

Established December 1975

Vancouver Audubon Meets at the:

Clark County Genealogical Society

717 Grand Boulevard (Grand & Evergreen) Vancouver, Washington

(just south of Mill Plain on NE corner)