Oregon bird watching is rewarding, and you don't need to be an ornithologist to participate!

Just grab your binoculars and a field guide, and head out to shallow marshes, forest trails, or rugged coastline to view a wide variety of birds in their natural habitat. The best time for birding is dawn to mid-morning.

A must-do for bird lovers is a visit to Eugene's Cascades Raptor Center. See rescued and rehabilitating birds of prey and learn about their role in our eco-system. The Lane County Audubon Society holds a bird walk on the third Saturday of every month. This bird walk is open to all novice and expert birders for a small donation. Every season offers new opportunities to view migrating or nesting birds.

Woodpecker at Dorris Ranch by Willamalane
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