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Birding Locations in Oregon

Welcome to the Oregon Birding Site Guide.  Here you will find instructions for birding over 1000 locations within our state.  This guide gives DeLorme map pages, Google Earth kmls, geographic coordinates, Google Maps, and written descriptions on how to locate each birding site.  It also offers habitat information and gives the birder a taste of the kinds of birds that can be found at each location.  The sites are arranged by county and a map with all county sites is presented at the beginning of each page.   

In addition to being a site guide for birding the state, this web site strives to be a portal for all things related to Oregon birding.  Here you will find links to current bird sightings, local bird blogs, a calendar of birding events and field trips, and bird projects and surveys that need volunteer participation.  We hope this encourages you to visit many of the more distant areas of this state as well as participate in volunteer bird surveys.  This site is sponsored and maintained by the East Cascades Audubon Society based in Bend, Oregon.  However, it really is a joint effort by the Oregon birding community who keep the site relevant and up-to-date. 



The sponsors and organizers of the Birding Oregon project and the volunteers who contributed their local knowledge do not guarantee the safety or conditions at, or getting to, any site listed in this website. The above group also does not assume any responsibility or liability for injuries, etc., suffered as a result of activities associated with the use of this site.


This site is sponsored by the East Cascades Audubon Society, based in Bend in Central Oregon. We are a 501c3 conservation non-profit. This site is completely run by volunteers. If you would like to contribute to its upkeep and maintenance please contact us.  Thank you for your support of Oregon's birds and habitats.

To view KML files you will need  copy of Google Earth

Here is a fantastic opportunity to participate on a birding tour in Ecuador ... very inexpensive and all proceeds go to the local people .... general info   ..... 10 day tour  .....  12 day tour


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Central Oregon Birding News

Mid Valley Birding
Willamette Valley Area of OR

Eastern WA, NE OR and W Idaho

Washington Birding News

Lincoln Co. Birding & Nature Observing
Lincoln County and the Central Coast

Yamhill Birders
Yamhill and Nearby Counties

Klamath Basin Bird News
Klamath Basin In OR and CA

Rare Birds
Oregon Rare Birds Group

California Birding News


Idaho Birding News

News and Announcements

Bird Friendly Buildings - Sunday, April 18, 2010

Rep Quigley of Illinois has introduced legislation to mandate bird-friendliness in federal buildings (HR 4797).  American Bird Conservancy has now set up a webpage for folks to submit a form letter urging their representatives to support this legislation.  Here’s the link:

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New social networking site for birdersNew social networking site for birders - Friday, February 19, 2010

Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the NRDC have evolved this new social networking site for birders.

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Oregon Birding Organizations

Audubon Chapters ...

PO Box 381, North Bend, OR 97459

East Cascades Audubon Society
PO Box 565, Bend, OR 97709

Corvallis Audubon Society
PO Box 148, Corvallis, OR 97339 
PO Box 1265, Port Orford, OR
97465 541-332-0261
Klamath Basin Audubon Society
PO Box 354, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Lane County Audubon Society
PO Box 5086, Eugene, OR 97405
Lincoln City Audubon Society
PO Box 38, Lincoln City, OR97367
541-921-4009 // 541-992-0440

Portland Audubon Society
5151 Northwest Cornell Road
Portland, OR 97210-1081
(503) 292-6855

Rogue Valley Audubon Society
PO Box 8597, Medford, OR 97504
Salem Audubon Society
189 Liberty St NE – Suite 210, Salem, OR 97301
Siskiyou Audubon Society     (no website)
PO Box 2223, Grants Pass, OR 97528
Umpqua Valley Audubon Society
PO Box 381, Roseburg, OR 97470 

Other Organizations ...

Klamath Bird Observatory 

Oregon Birding Association

Pendleton Bird Club

Prescott Bluebird Recovery Project 

Yaquina Birders and Naturalists


Bird News Network

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

The colorful, thin-billed Scarlet-breasted Dacnis (a member of the tanager family) is found only on the Pacific slopes of Ecuador and Colombia. It's becoming increasingly scarce in both countries. Never considered a common species, it is now listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

The tiny, red-eyed Black Rail is only the size of a sparrow and is the smallest rail in North America. Like its South American relative, the Junin Rail, it is as elusive as a mouse, skulking and scurrying under the cover of dense marsh vegetation and rarely taking flight.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

American Bird Conservancy President George Fenwick today offered praise for first-of-its-kind legislation to require wind energy and other renewable energy producers to ensure their facilities protect birds and other wildlife resources.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

This handsome western buteo, which occurs in both light and dark morphs (color variations), was named for British naturalist William Swainson. Some of its folk names - "grasshopper hawk" or "locust hawk" - reflect this bird's tastes in prey.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

American Bird Conservancy today urged hunters who are beginning to plan for the many different fall and winter hunting seasons - some of which start in September - to protect the environment and non-target wildlife by voluntarily switching to non-lead ammunition.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

The elegant-looking King Penguin is the second-largest species of penguin in the world, surpassed only by the Emperor Penguin, which occurs further south in the Antarctic.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

Two bird species federally listed as endangered, the Piping Plover and Kirtland's Warbler, as well as many other federally protected birds are at risk from the proposed expansion of Heritage Sustainable Energy's (HSE) Garden Peninsula Wind Energy Project near Lake Michigan.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

September 1 marks 100 years since the last known Passenger Pigeon, known as Martha, died at the Cincinnati Zoo. It's hard to imagine now, but at one time this species was the most numerous bird on earth, with a population of 3 to 5 billion birds.

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

The Ovenbird gets its name from its unique nest, which looks like a domed oven. This inconspicuous, ground-nesting warbler is best-known for its emphatic and distinctive song, a series of progressively louder phrases often described as "teacher, teacher, teacher."

01 Oct 2014 09:01:21 Z

American Bird Conservancy has raised multiple objections to assertions by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in their proposal to kill 16,000 cormorant birds on East Sand Island, in the Columbia River Estuary, as part of a plan to reduce predation of juvenile salmonids including salmon smolt by the birds.