[Tweeters] Map of Neah Bay birding spots

Steve Hampton stevechampton at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 15:43:10 PDT 2022

Thank you.

I forgot to add that photo ID and proof of vaccination (pic on iPhone okay)
is required at the check station.
Masks are required at some stores.
Recent Covid test not required.
Check the Makah Nation website for the latest. https://makah.com/

On Thu, Mar 17, 2022 at 2:38 PM Jane Hadley <hadleyj1725 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Tweeters - With the fabulous news that the Makah Reservation is open

> again after two years, perhaps some would-be visitors would find it helpful

> to have a map of the key Neah Bay birding spots.


> The WOS website has a maps page:


> https://wos.org/birding-resources/maps/


> Look under Neah Bay on this maps page for the link to the map.


> Also, WOS's website for A Birder's Guide to Washington, 2nd Edition,

> contains a lot of helpful information about birding Neah Bay, the need for

> a permit and how to get it, etc. (Bob Norton, Bob Morse, and Bob

> Boekelheide all had a hand in the content of this section of the guide.)


> https://wabirdguide.org/elwha-river-mouth-to-the-west-coast/


> Scroll down until you get to the Neah Bay subsection, though you might

> also want to peruse the Clallam Bay and Sekiu subsection as well).


> Jane Hadley


> WOS webmaster

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​Steve Hampton​
Port Townsend, WA (qatáy)
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