Boiler Bay birding
NOTE: All of our Audubon birdwalks 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.

~ 2021 ~

COVID Alert: Due to the rising number of cases in Lincoln County, Masks will be required at all events and all safety protocols will be followed. We will post updates that affect our activities for each event here and on our Facebook pages.



Second Saturday Bird Walk

Saturday, November 12, 9-11am

Salmon River in the Cascade Head Scenic Area
. Join us for this two-hour walk along the Salmon River and estuary. Starting at Tamara Quays, we will wanders through woodlands, marsh, and along the river. November is a good time to see will look for wintering sparrows, gulls, cormorants, waterfowl, and raptors.

Location: We will meet at the interpretive kiosk on Fraser Rd. From Lincoln City, head north on Hwy 101 toward Tillamook. Fraser Rd is on the left side of the road just past the Hwy 101/Hwy 18 junction.


Christmas Bird Counts

All skill levels and ages are welcome...don't fret if you are a beginning birder as this is a perfect opportunity to learn more about our local birds while participating in this free citizen science event. During the Christmas Bird Count volunteers tally as many species and number of individual birds as they can from sunup to sundown. Considered the longest running Citizen Science survey in the world and led by the National Audubon Society, Christmas Bird Count data provides critical data on bird population trends.

Watch this page for information on the three count circles in our area, Lincoln City, Yaquina Bay, and Tillamook Bay.

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