Boiler Bay birding
NOTE: All of our Audubon birdwalks (noted as "ASLC Second Saturday Bird Walk" and "Lincoln City Bird Walk" below) are free and open to the public. No prior experience is needed and you do not need to pre-register unless indicated. The walks are led by experienced birders and we provide the free use of binoculars and field guides. Dress for the weather as we hold our birdwalks rain or shine.

~ 2020 ~

 

APR

Our April 2020 Bird Walks are cancelled. We encourage you to get outdoors, enjoy the birds and other wildlife in your neighborhoods, but at a safe distance from each other.

We will be making decisions about our upcoming events over the next several weeks. Stay well!


 

MAY

Saturday, May 9, 9-11am
ASLC Second Saturday Bird Walk ~ The Villages Open Space and Road's End State Recreational Area
. This easy stroll takes us through meadows, woods, and marshes ultimately arriving at the ocean beach. We should see Black-headed Grosbeaks, Anna’s Hummingbirds, warblers, sandpipers and more as we walk through mixed woodlands, forest, marsh, and coastline.

This easy, family-friendly walk is lead by ASLC.

Location: We will meet at the cul-de-sac at the end of NE Devil’s Lake Blvd, off Hwy 101 north of Lincoln City.


 

JUN

Saturday, June 13, 9-11:00am
ASLC Second Saturday Bird Walk ~ Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area (Yaquina Head Lighthouse)
Known for easy viewing of nesting seabird colonies of Common Murres, Pelagic and Brandt’s Cormorants, Pigeon Guillemots, Western Gulls, and Black Oystercatchers. The highlight for some are the Peregrine Falcons which have nested on the cliff face beside the Interpretive Center for several years.

Location: Yaquina Head is located north of Newport off Hwy 101. Turn west at the traffic signal onto Lighthouse Drive. After stopping at the entrance booth, continue up to the Interpretive Center parking lot. Vehicle entrance fee will be waived for ASLC birdwalk participants.


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