Zoo in West Linn

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  • Portland Aquarium
    Portland Aquarium, a December 2012 addition to Milwaukie, introduces visitors to thousands of waterborne species. Guests can slide their hands along the smooth flesh of a stingray or the knobby arms of a starfish or engage in staring contests with leopard sharks and jellyfish. Other exhibits include a cold-water tank filled with fish native to Oregon's coast and a rainforest-themed jungle gym for children. The tropical touch-tank woos visitors with its displays of vibrant-color aquatic life while amphibious wonders, including poison dart frogs, thrill visitors. Those seeking bigger thrills may visit the ball pythons and bearded dragons or get their picture taken with a lorikeet. Land-loving iguanas also lurch around in the mix.
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    16323 Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard
    Milwaukie, OR US
  • Fir Point Farms
    Great in the AM or as an after-dinner treat, Fir Point Farms sells scrumptious baked goods in Aurora's Aurora - Butteville - Barlow district. Fir Point Farms is located near a parking lot, which many diners take advantage of. Cyclists are in luck. Fir Point Farms provides bike parking. For a night out with great food that won't break the budget, head to Fir Point Farms.
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    14601 Arndt Road
    Aurora, OR US
  • Oregon Zoo - Comedy Night Fundraiser
    After exploring Oregon Zoo’s 64-acre campus and paying a visit to Asian elephants, Malayan sun bears, the Red Ape reserve, and the Predators of the Serengeti exhibit, head to the Trillium Family Creek Farm. There, kids can play with Pygora goats and Nankin chickens, and even participate in animal care and farm operations.
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    4001 SW Canyon Rd.
    Portland, OR US
  • Wild Arts Festival
    Audubon Society of Portland's mission was solidified in 1902, when a few like-minded conservationists came together to found the organization. In their own words, this group set out "to use any and all lawful means for the protection of the wild birds and animals for the State of Oregon and elsewhere." Their first success came quickly, when the Society helped pass the Model Bird Law in 1903, which protected native birds from being shot and sold. Since then, the Society has advocated for countless creatures, from northern spotted owls to wild salmon, the latter of which kind of look like birds if you squint really hard. Today, the Society stands more than 14,000 strong. The support of these members helps maintain nature sanctuaries with hiking trails, fund educational initiatives, and run a care center. The care center is an especially vital resources, as it rehabilitates approximately 3,000 animals every year and responds to thousands of wildlife-related injuries.
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    5151 Northwest Cornell Road
    Portland, OR US
  • Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch
    Along a 100-acre parcel of land on Sauvie Island, Bella Organic Farm and Winery's farmers tend to and oversee a huge variety of certified organic crops. Throughout the year, the land yields harvests of juicy blueberries, summer squash, herbs, and 20 types of pumpkins in the fall, though not the magical kind that turns into carriages. Visitors to the farm store will find the shelves stocked with baskets of freshly picked fruits and vegetables, as well as jams, syrups, and pickles. Depending on the season, U-Pick crops invite families to wander through the fields and gather their own blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and pumpkins.
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    Sauvie Island
    Portland, OR US
  • KidFest
    Touting itself as the Northwest's largest family expo, KidFest entertains families and children of all ages with a weekend of live music, petting zoos, and informative exhibits for parents and kids. At SportFest, visitors try their hand and fun games as they learn about nutrition, injury prevention, and sports science. BabyFest helps new parents find some of the most innovative and eco-friendly products on the market.
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    2060 N Marine Dr.
    Portland, OR US

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