Boiler Bay birding

ASLC holds Board Meetings

at 5pm on the first Thursday of each month.
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.

~ 2019 ~

 

AUG

Saturday, August 10, 9-11:30am
Lincoln City Bird Watching Clinic ~ The Knoll Open Space
. Audubon Society of Lincoln City invites you to join us on our most difficult bird walk of the year. We will climb The Knoll at the north end of Lincoln City. The Knoll is part of the Cascade Head Management Area, and was purchased by Lincoln City several years ago as one of the cities Open Spaces. The complete loop hike is about 2-1/2 miles through second growth forests and upland meadows with no facilities or water.

Compared with other Lincoln City bird walks, this hike will be longer and more difficult with uneven ground and elevation gain, so hiking boots and sticks are suggested. We will look for Canada (Gray) Jay, Swainson’s Thrush, Brown Creeper, and swallows.

This walk is sponsored by Explore Lincoln City and Lincoln City Parks and Recreation and is led by ASLC.

Directions: From Hwy 101, turn north at the stoplight onto NE Devils Lake Blvd. Drive up the windy road to the culdesac where we will meet.
 

SEP

Saturday, September 14, 10am to noon
Second Saturday Bird Walk ~ Sitka Sedge State Natural Area
. Audubon Society of Lincoln City invites you to join us as we visit Sitka Sedge State Natural Area, Oregon’s newest State Park. The trail winds through tidal marsh, mudflats, dense forest, and sand dunes to the ocean. Will look for Marsh Wrens, Great Blue Herons, raptors, warblers, and other migratory birds.

Please note time change.

Directions: The park is located 1 mile north of Tierra del Mar (north of Pacific City) on the left side of Sandlake Rd. We will meet in the parking area.

Friday, September 20, 9-11am
Lincoln City Bird Watching Clinic ~ Hostetler Park (D River) and Devil's Lake State Park
Join us for a walk through diverse habitat along D River, crossing a hidden boardwalk through unique wetlands, then on through the campgrounds to Devil’s Lake. We will look for migrating birds and early fall arriving songbirds and waterfowl.

Easy walk, family-friendly. This walk is sponsored by Explore Lincoln City and Lincoln City Parks and Recreation and is led by ASLC.

Directions: Meet at the NE 1st street parking area on the east side of Hwy 101 in Lincoln City.

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