[Tweeters] Burrowing Owl and other birding/wildlife suggestions for north central Oregon

Nagi Aboulenein nagi.aboulenein at gmail.com
Wed May 12 14:22:18 PDT 2021

Hi Robin -

An invaluable resource for birding in Oregon can be found at East Cascades Audubon Society’s website: https://www.ecaudubon.org/birding-locations .

It has detailed lists and instructions for birding all of Oregon’s counties, all in nicely downloadable PDF chunks for use on your phone or tablet while out birding.

Good luck!

On May 12, 2021, 14:11 -0700, Robin Baird <rwbaird at cascadiaresearch.org>, wrote:

> Hello all,


> We are going to be doing a 4-night road trip to north central Oregon in early June and are looking for suggestions for where to see Burrowing Owls or any other east-of-the Cascades birds/wildlife. We'll be staying two nights in Grass Valley and one night in Dayville, and traveling with a 4 1/2-year-old boy who loves dinosaurs (fossil and living feathered ones) as well as snakes and lizards.


> Thanks in advance for any suggestions!


> Robin Baird

> Olympia, WA


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