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Program Meeting Tuesday, 9/27/22-Hiking Trails of the Pacific Northwest
September 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This program is available for viewing on YouTube now. Bill Sullivan, Oregon’s hiking guru, will take us on an illustrated tour of the most spectacular trails in the entire Northwest, based on his newly released coffee-table picture book, Hiking Trails of the Pacific Northwest. Bart Smith, the book’s photographer, has hiked every long-range trail in the country with his camera. Bill Sullivan guided him on Oregon trails and wrote the text for Oregon and Northern California. Washington guidebook author Craig Romano wrote the text for that state, as well as Southwestern British Columbia. Featured are not only famous bucket-list destinations, but also some overlooked and under-protected beauty spots. Lace up your hiking boots and get ready to hit the trail!
Bill has written 22 books about the Northwest, including the Oregon 100 Hikes series, Hiking Oregon’s History, Oregon Favorites, and The Case of D.B. Cooper’s Parachute. His journal of a 1,000-mile hike he took across Oregon, Listening for Coyote, was chosen by the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission as one of Oregon’s “100 Books,” the most significant books in the state’s history. Sullivan also writes a monthly Oregon Trails column for The Register-Guard.
Lane County Audubon Society Begins Fall Season Programs in a New location
Join us in the Great Hall at the Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., near Skinner Butte Park on Tuesday, September 27, at 7 pm. Parking is ample. Drive north on High Street to Skinner Butte Park; the parking lots are on the right, both in front of the Campbell Center and in an adjacent parking area slightly beyond the Campbell Center.
This Lane County Audubon Society Program will be available in person as well as via Zoom. To view on Zoom:
Our monthly program meetings have something for everyone. During the last year we hosted programs by naturalists, wildlife artists and expert birders on a variety of topics from the birds of Hawaii, to ravens, wolves, and people, to the migration of red knots. Participating in a program meeting is a fun way to get involved with Lane County Audubon. Meetings are free and open to all.
We are currently meeting on Zoom and in-person as conditions allow on the 4th Tuesday of each month between September and May at 7:00 p.m.