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OUR MISSION: Encouraging residents and visitors to protect and enjoy the birds, wildlife and habitats found along the Central Oregon Coast


Saturday, April 14,  9-11am ~ Alder Island Loop Trail at Siletz National Wildlife Refuge.  This is a relatively new one mile trail that loops through riparian and wetland habitat along the Siletz River.  Will look for birds of prey, a variety of ducks, warblers and early migrants. Will meet in the parking lot on the east side of Hwy 101 at the south end of the Siletz River Bridge.  Call 541-992-9720 for more information.


Catch up what's happening at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge by clicking here.

Click here to read Klamath Basin Audubon Society's Feb/Mar newsletter, The Grebe.

Click here to read Corvallis Audubon's newsletter, The Chat.

Whether you are a resident state birder or a visitor, you might be interested in finding out what birds were sighted where in the state and when. Click here for up-to-date reports from the American Birding Association.

If you are interested in looking at Oregon bird sightings reported to OBOL (Oregon Birders Online), click here.

eBird includes reports of common and uncommon birds that are usually not posted to OBOL. Click here for recent reports and "hotspot" locations.


Want to know the status of bird migrations. Check out BirdCast, the realtime migration forecast by The Cornell Lab of Ornithology. 

For those who enjoy playing jigsaw puzzles, tackle our April one this month. Good luck!!


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Injured birds, dead mammals, poaching
call: State Police: 800-452-7888

Injured Birds along central OR coast, call
Harry Dodson (Lincoln City) 541-921-0048

Injured Bird and Mammal Rehab Centers:
Chintimini Wildlife Center (Corvallis) 541-745-5324
Wildlife Care Center (Portland) 503-292-0304
Turtle Ridge Wildlife Center (Salem) 503-540-8664
Wildlife Center of the North Coast (Astoria) 503-338-0331

Injured Raptors
Cascades Raptor Center (Eugene) 541-485-1320


World Migratory Bird Day 2018

"Unifying our Voices for Bird Conservation"

The year 2018 marks a new start for World Migratory Bird Day as it now unifies the planet’s major migratory bird corridors, or flyways, namely the African-Eurasian, the East Asian-Australasian, and the Americas flyways. Furthermore, to make celebrations even more successful and relevant to bird supporters all over the world, WMBD will now have two peak celebration days in the year - the second Saturdays of May and October - and can in addition still also be celebrated all around the year, whenever migratory birds are present in a given locality.

Therefore 2018 is an important transition year in the history of World Migratory Bird Day. Bringing together even more people around the world, WMBD aims to reach out to a broader audience and amplify its message for bird conservation. As a new global platform that unifies efforts worldwide, WMBD will be reinforcing education and awareness-raising about the need to protect migratory birds and their habitats - at all different levels, in all parts of the world.

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A Migratory Bird Festival in Lincoln City on Sunday, May 13, 2018 is under consideration by ASLC.

We are looking for partnership opportunities with the city, the cultural center, schools, and other Lincoln City area groups. Under consideration is some type of indoor "festival" following the theme adopted by WMBD "The Year of the Bird", which may include vendor and educational booths on birds and their habitats, activities for adults and kids, refreshments, etc., as well as one or two "birdwalks" at the local refuges. Displays of bird art, native plant sale and perhaps a live raptor show are also under consideration.

Most importantly for the birth of this event, business partners and volunteers are being actively sought. Your interest in supporting the Migratory Bird Festival will ensure its success and will be deeply appreciated by ASLC and all who attend the event.

Contact ASLC Festival Coordinator Dawn Villaescusa ( for more information on how you and/or your organization can support the Migratory Bird Festival.


Show Your Support
in Defending the
Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA)

ASLC INCLUDES THIS LETTER by Pepper Trail of the Rogue Valley Audubon Society in support of defending the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA). We encourage each of you readers to contact your representatives in Congress and express support for the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.


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