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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Join Us: Beer for Birds with Steeplejack Brewing Company

Steeplejack Brewing Co - Hillsboro 5834 NE Pinefarm Ct, Hillsboro, OR

We are excited to partner with Steeplejack Brewing Co on a special beer for birds! Join us on July 12 at Steeplejack’s Broadway location or July 19 at Steeplejack’s Hillsboro location from 5-8 p.m. For every Bird Alliance of Oregon Endangered Species Beer you purchase, Steeplejack Brewing will donate a portion of the proceeds. And don’t leave without buying a four-pack of commemorative cans.

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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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Burns Paiute Tribe Upland Restoration Stewardship Weekend

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

Join Bird Alliance of Oregon and the Burns Paiute Tribe’s Natural Resources Department to plant native vegetation in the uplands of the Tribe’s property along the Malheur River (and of course doing some great bird watching!).

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Oregon Semaphore Grass Planting

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

Join Bird Alliance of Oregon and the Burns Paiute Tribe’s Natural Resources Department to plant Oregon’s rarest grass, and one of the rarest grasses in the U.S. at the Tribe’s Logan Valley property (and of course doing some great bird watching!).

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