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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.
 

MAY

Friday, May 26, 9-11am ~ ASLC Bird Walk at Culter City Wetlands/Josephine Young Park Open Space. Diverse habitat including wetlands, lowlan forest, beach, recent spring arrivals and migrating shore and seabirds. Easy walking. No prior birding experience is required and binoculars and guidebooks will be provided. Call 541-992-9720 if more information is needed.
Directions: From Highway 101 at the south end of Lincoln City, turn west onto SW 63rd St. (at ProBuild intersection). Park opposite Cutler City Open Space sign about 1⁄4 mile from Hwy 101.
     
 

JUN

Open Spaces Bird Walk at Devils Lake State Park/Boardwalk/D River. Diverse habitat including river, wetlands, lake forest and forest edge. Easy walking. No prior birding experience is required and binoculars and guidebooks will be provided. Call 541-992-9720 if more information is needed.
Directions: From Highway 101, in Lincoln City, just north of the D River, turn east on NE 1st Street, at Comfort Inn gravel road. Park in the lot adjacent to the D River. Call 541-992-9720 for more information.
     
 

 

Saturday, June 10,  9-11am - Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area (Yaquina Lighthouse).  Yaquina Head is known for its 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 the last 4 years.  Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located north of Newport off Hwy 101.  Turn west at the traffic signal onto Lighthouse Drive.  Follow road to toll booth (requires recreation pass or vehicle entrance fee of $7.00) and continue on to Interpretive Center parking lot. No prior birding experience is required and binoculars and guidebooks will be provided. Call 541-992-9720 if more information is needed.
     
    Friday, June 23, 9-11am ~ Open Spaces Bird Walk at Spring Lake. Forest and wetlands with cedar and hemlock, pond, some forest edge, and open brush. Easy walking. No prior birding experience is required and binoculars and guidebooks will be provided. Call 541-992-9720 if more information is needed.
     
    Friday, June 23, 5pm ~ ASLC Annual Meeting at CHR River House at the end of Savage Road along the Salmon River. Please join us for a potluck dinner, short business meeting, and ?. The agenda includes election of board members and election of board officers. (See insert for more detailed information.)
     
 

JUL

Saturday, July 8,  9-11am - Buell County Park and Mill Creek Park in Polk County. Enjoy a hot day along beautiful Mill Creek while looking for flycatchers, warblers, birds of prey and possibly a Western Tanager.  Located 35 miles east of Lincoln City off Hwy 22, turn left at Mill Creek Road. In a half mile turn right into Buell County Park. No prior birding experience is required and binoculars and guidebooks will be provided. Call 541-992-9720 if more information is needed.
     
    Friday, July 14, 9-11am ~ Open Spaces Bird Walk at Friends of Wildwood Trail and West Devils Lake Boardwalk. Forest and wetlands with cedar and hemlock, forest edge. Easy trail to walk.