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.

VAS site maintained by: Sherry Hagen:


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VAS Website is hosted by Infinity Internet: Vancouver, WA

Text Box: Meeting: Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Pre Program Bird Class or Mini Program: 30 Minutes 
Time: 6:45 PM

General Meeting & Program
 Time: 7:30 PM

by Members & Guests

This popular program is returning. It is your chance to show your vacation or wildlife photos to a willing audience. 

Our projector can play either home made DVD's if you want to share video or CD with music, as well as just jpegs saved on DVD, CD or the BEST WAY is a FLASH DRIVE.

The projector does not handle really large files very well so you will need to reduce any large ones OR bring your laptop to connect to the projector.  A good size might be 4x6 inches with a dpi of 125. Call Bob Rowe for information and to sign up:  360-254-8699

Call Bob Rowe to sign up:  

Time limits us to about 8 presenters with about 20 photos to share

November 8th, Saturday, 2014 Field Trip
Vancouver Lake Lowlands
Time: 8:00 AM

                     Leader:  Susan Setterberg,  856-701-2542 cell
                     Time: 8:00 AM  until 11 AM or later
                     Meet at: Vancouver Lake Parking Lot in front of the south most 
                                    bathrooms to the right of the entrance.

To get there, from I-5, take Exit 1-D, Fourth Plain Blvd, SR-501. Go west on Fourth Plain through Vancouver continuing onto Lower River Rd. After 3.5 miles on SR-501, continue straight for 0.6 miles to Vancouver Lake Park on your right.  

We will be walking the park area & trails looking for wintering waterfowl & passerines.  Time and weather permitting, we will try Frenchman痴 Bar along the Columbia River and then check out the sewer treatment ponds in the area.  Sparrows and other wintering birds inhabit the brush and trees in the park.  There should be a variety of geese and ducks to sort through on the water.  And, oh yes, those confusing winter gulls will challenge us.  
Be prepared with wet weather gear & appropriate footwear.  Most birding will be along easy, flat trails or road side. The lake loop is about a mile around. Those who wish to continue on to other sites in the lowlands, beside the Vancouver Lake Park, may wish to bring along a sandwich or snacks as the birding could extend into the early afternoon.  Water is always advised. 
                     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)