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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.


Sunday, December 17, all day ~ Audubon Society of Lincoln City (ASLC) is sponsoring our 5th Christmas Bird Count (CBC). The circle for counting birds consists of six areas which include estuaries, bay, freshwater lake, ocean, and coast range forest. We meet for breakfast at 6:30am at our local Pig 'n Pancake. We hope you will join us. We're looking for volunteers to come out and count with us (see Field Counters, below) or to count the birds in their back yards if they reside within the Count Circle (see info on Backyard/Feeder Counters, below).
Meet at the Pig 'n Pancake at 6:30am for breakfast and instructions (7am if you're not planning to eat). We will be organizing teams ahead of time by email so be sure to pre-register. Be prepared for a winter day outdoors on the Oregon coast—warm clothes, rainwear, and waterproof footwear. Bring a bag lunch and snacks. At the end of the day, around 4pm, we'll meet at the Connie Hansen Gardens for some hot food and tall tales!
We really need as many backyard/feeder counters as possible. If you live within the Count Circle (see circle info) and prefer to stay at home, this job's for you. You can count for only a few minutes or all day long.
More information will be provided to registrants prior to count day. Click here to view the Count Circle map.

    Saturday, December 30, all day ~ Yaquina Bay Christmas Bird Count. The National Audubon Society's 118th Christmas Bird Count is coming soon.  Mark your calendars for the Yaquina Bay Count, in its 45th year.


Saturday, January 13, 9-11am ~ ASLC Bird Walk, OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center Nature Trail and South Jetty. There will be an abundance of waterfowl, birds of prey, and 3 species of loons. Birds in the bush are always a surprise, like Western Meadowlarks and Savannah Sparrows. From Newport take the first exit south after crossing the Yaquina Bay Bridge and drive on SE OSU Drive following signs for the Center. Park at the east side of the Visitors Center.



Thursday, February 15 - Sunday, February 18 ~  WinterWingsFest. Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech), 3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Winter birds at their finest! Winter Wings brings together birders and photographers of all stripes to learn and explore with top notch professionals and enthusiastic local guides. The Klamath Basin is renowned for its massive wintering population of Bald Eagles, but is prime habitat for many other raptors including owls, as well as a stunning abundance and diversity of waterfowl. The 2018 Festival will feature three dynamic keynoters: Author and woodpecker specialist Stephen Shunk, Nikon Ambassador and wildlife photographer Moose Peterson; and author and instructor with the Cornell Lab, Kevin McGowan.
Highlight birds: Bald Eagle, Golden Eagle, Ferruginous Hawk, Rough-legged Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, Prairie Falcon, White-headed Woodpecker, Greater White-fronted Goose,Tule Goose, Snow Goose, Ross's Goose, Tundra Swan, Barrow's Goldeneye, Eurasian Wigeon, Loggerhead Shrike, Northern Shrike, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Great Gray Owl, Sandhill Crane, Black-crowned Night-Heron