BOGS (Birds of Oregon and General Science)
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This is a very popular and enjoyable trip because of the variety of birds usually seen. It is also a longer trip than we usually take because of the 35 mile distance, so we return to town around 1pm or after instead of our usual 12 Noon.
Meet at Celeste Campbell Center
at 2nd and High street, Eugene,
for car-pooling before.
I am excited to report that the RECENT SIGHTINGS
and RARE BIRD SIGHTINGS widgets
are now working again!!
HERE for the RARE and RECENT BIRD sightings,
or else scroll down below the list of recently added slideshows for more details.
MOST RECENT SLIDESHOWS AND TRIP REPORTS ADDED TO SITE:
(both BOGS and non-BOGS)
I am working on a full trip report
THE LATEST BIRDS REPORTED to eBIRD in our area:
I am excited to report that the BIRDTRAX widgets
have been restored to full functionality!!
There is now a STATEWIDE RARITIES widget,
as well as a REGIONAL RARITIES (within 40 miles).
As before, there are also widgets covering from Albany in the north to Oakridge to the south.
Most eBird data provides only confirmed sightings, but a rare bird might not stick around as long as it takes for a report to be confirmed by local eBird reviewers. This widget gives the quickest public access to reports of such sightings.
CLICK HERE for the RARE and RECENT BIRD sightings.
ALL BOGS TRIP REPORTS & SLIDESHOWS
ALL Non-BOGS SLIDESHOWS from Trips, Festivals, Projects
Original Home Page
About the thumbnail photos:
The rows of thumbnail-sized photos adorning the home page are some of my best photos or else some of my most interesting. Most of them were taken on non-BOGS birding outings. If you click on a thumbnail it will give you a full screen view of the image. Use the back button/arrow on your browser to return to the home page.