With current restrictions on social and group events, we are postponing and/or canceling field trips until further notice.
Let’s check out some of the bird hotspots along the Washington side of the Columbia Gorge. We will head east from the parking area at the Port of Camas/Washougal and look for late wintering, resident, and early migrant birds in Skamania and/or Klickitat Counties. Locations may vary based on wind and weather.
Target birds may include shrikes, American Dipper, Lewis’s Woodpecker, Acorn Woodpecker, Say’s Phoebe, bluebirds, and Canyon Wren. This might be a good time for migrating arid-land species, such as Sagebrush Sparrows.
This will be an all-day adventure unless the weather decides otherwise. Contact Cindy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to participate or if you have any questions.
We will carpool, so please remember to pay your driver. ($0.10/mile for each passenger is an easy calculation and a fair guideline).
Dress for the weather, be prepared for inclement weather! Bring lunch, water, snacks, and don’t forget your binoculars!
We will carpool. Be sure to pay your driver
This trip’s stops will be eBirded. Trip for novice to expert birders. All are welcome!
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