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Trees and Shrubs in Winter Workshop

Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 07:00pm - 09:00pm
Contact  Marissa Duncan mduncan@audubonportland.org 971-222-6131

The natural world is mostly dormant and quiet in the depths of winter. Deciduous trees and shrubs have dropped their leaves, ceasing photosynthesis until next spring. You may think it’s difficult to identify these plants in winter but each species has telltale characteristics that you can learn to recognize. Naturalist Ivan Phillipsen will help you get your bearings in the winter woods by presenting information on how to identify the bark, buds, and overall shapes of leafless trees and shrubs. Some species covered will be bigleaf maple, red alder, Oregon white oak, beaked hazelnut... and many more!

Jan. 18 (Wed), 7PM - 9PM: Class in Heron Hall


Jan. 21 (Sat) 9AM - 1PM: Local Field Trip

Fee for Class with Field Trips, limited to 14 participants:

$50 members / $65 non-members

(Event Type = Adult class with field trip)

Fee for Class-only Option: $14

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

Location 

Audubon Society of Portland 
5151 NW Cornell Road 
Portland, OR 97210

 

Event Sponsor  Audubon Society of Portland