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The Collins View Nature and Science Series invites you to take a closer look at our neighborhood’s cherished flora and fauna. Our Southwest community is fortunate to have forest and stream habitats that provide shelter and passage for animals, as well as places to retreat for humans. In periodic talks, scientists and naturalists among us will share their knowledge so we can better preserve, protect, and live in harmony with the natural 'bounty' of our urban setting. The Nature and Science Series is self-funded by donations and the volunteer participation of presenters.
Your donation will defray the auditorium rental and fund publicity. Please help sustain this series! The PayPal DONATE button pops up a page where you can use PayPal, or a credit/debit card.
Two events per year in the Multnomah Arts Center Auditorium feature audio-visual presentations, panel discussions and plenty of audience sharing experiences, questions and feedback.
Collins View NA will sponsor a Songbird presentation by Jay Withgott from the Audubon Society at the Multnomah Arts Center Auditorium. We expect a good turnout. We welcome volunteers to come early to help set up chairs. If you have suggestions for more nature-based presentations, please let us know.
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Songbirds of Southwest Portland Parks & Yards
The Nature & Science series is organizing a panel discussion on the Westside Wildlife Corridor, this Fall! Multnomah Arts Center Auditorium on Tuesday, October 13, from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm (event time 7:00 to 9:00 pm) allows for social time before and after the talking.
The presentation about Crows on Oct 8, 2019, at the Multnomah Arts Center was a raven success! See the article in the Portland Tribune: [LINK]
There is some overlap between these topics, eg Pollinators and Backyard Habitats. Some topics would belong to the Westside Wild Life Corridor sub-series.
We will revisit the state of the Westside Wildlife Corridor each year with a series of events covering corridor-related topics. The WWC Series is described on its own page: [WWC Series].
In response to the 'hood being inundated by crows, CVNA pulled together a Crow Talk last October, so that people might understand Crow behavior. The raving success of that talk led to setting up another talk this April, 'Songbirds'. Collins View NA sponsored the first event and has again rented the auditorium for the Songbird event. It's hoped that future events can be self-supporting through voluntary contributions - always Free admission.