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ASLC holds Board Meetings on the second Tuesday of each month starting 5pm
at Chinook Winds Golf Resort Aces Bar & Grill unless otherwise noted. All are welcome to attend.
For more information, call 541-992-9720.


Saturday, September 9, 9-11am ~ Kayaking/canoeing and Birding the Little Nestucca River. Part of the Nestucca NWR, we will see waterfowl, raptors and riparian birds. You will need to provide your own gear: kayak/canoe, personal flotation device (PFD)/ life vest (mandatory), and whistle (also mandatory). Must wear a PFD at all times when you’re on the water.  You should also be able to swim as you ARE responsible for your own safety.  Have an invasive species permit for your vessel if it is 10 feet or longer (mandatory).  Boat ramp is located on the south side of the Little Nestucca River on Meda Loop, a quarter mile off Hwy 101.
    Friday-Sunday, September 15-17, all day ~ The Oregon Birding Association (OBA) Annual Meeting will be held at Malheur Field Station (MFS) in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (Malheur NWR) in southeastern Oregon. This is its first visit to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge since 2008. Click here for more details.


Saturday, October 14, 9-11am ~ Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint to Devil’s Punchbowl State Natural Area. Excellent offshore seabird watching.  Possible Marbled and Ancient Murrelet, Rhinoceros Auklet, Sooty Shearwater and Western Grebe.  In Depoe Bay we may find Black Turnstone, Black Oystercatcher and Surfbird. Devil’s Punchbowl may reveal Harlequin Duck, Surf Scoter and Peregrine Falcon.  We will meet in the parking lot at Boiler Bay.


Saturday, November 11, 9-11 am ~ Cascade Head Scenic Area at the River House. We will meet at the River House where Jack Doyle (and others) will discuss photographing the birds on and around the beautiful Salmon River (bring your camera!).  We will look for wintering birds in woodlands, marsh and along the river.  North of Lincoln City, at the junction of Hwy 101 and Three Rocks Road North, travel west toward the ocean for 2.3 miles.  At the “Y’ in the road, turn right on to Savage Road and follow it to the end.  It will bring you down to the mouth of the Salmon River and the Cascade Ranch River House.


Christmas Bird Count - date(s) and details will be announced in November.