Benson Pond Bird Walk

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge 36391 Sodhouse Ln, Princeton, OR 97721, Princeton, Oregon, United States

Join Bird Alliance of Oregon's Eastern Oregon Biologist, Teresa 'Bird' Wicks for a guided bird walk starting at the Benson Pond Trailhead. We will travel along the northern edge of Benson Pond, through the stand of homestead era trees and back to the parking area. The diversity of aquatic habitat, emergent marsh, sagebrush/shrubland, and deciduous trees provides for a diverse assortment of bird species. This walk provides a great opportunity for observing ducks in non-breeding plumage and practicing duck ID.

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Snowy Plover Interpretive Walk – Netarts Spit (RSVP required)

Cape Lookout State Park (Netarts Spit) 13000 Whiskey Creek Rd, Tillamook, OR

Join Bird Alliance of Oregon Coastal Community Science Biologist, Cara Gates and and Friends of Netarts Bay - Watershed, Estuary, Beach, & Sea (WEBS) to learn about the endangered snowy plover life history, conservation challenges and habitat.  There will be good opportunities to view plovers and other birds at Cape Lookout State Park.

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P-Ranch River Walk | Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge 36391 Sodhouse Ln, Princeton, OR 97721, Princeton, Oregon, United States

Join Bird Alliance of Oregon's Eastern Oregon Biologist, Teresa 'Bird' Wicks on a guided bird walk to the stretch of the Blitzen River that extends north from P-Ranch and is a popular stop for many visitors to Malheur NWR. The mix of habitats along the river create abundant opportunities for observing birds and the occasional beaver or other mammal.

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The Bird Days of Summer: Bike & Bird – Slough Run with FBC.PDX

Join Bird Alliance of Oregon’s Education and Conservation Team for The Bird Days of Summer, a series of super beginner-friendly programs for anyone curious about birds in nature. We’re combining community-building, exploration, and fun to create safe spaces for people to get to know each other as well as the birds. Binoculars will be provided, and we’ll begin each program with a short “how-to” to help you get started.

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