provided by:

Priscilla Sokolowski

Eugene, OR

Photos from personal trips  AND trips with

“Birds of Oregon and General Science” (BOGS)


Bird photography

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Bird Walks in our Community & Birding Information Resources

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Getting started in birding

Topic Website Link Additional Details
Getting Started Bird-watching Guide Advice about binoculars, ethics, identification and more ...

Regularly Scheduled Bird Walks in the Eugene/Springfield area

Event / Frequency Organization Name Website Link Additional Details
Wetland Wanders;
Second Tuesday of every month
WREN "Wetland Wanders"
upcoming events listed here - scroll down to find them

WREN Wanders are casual walks through various West Eugene Wetlands sites each second Tuesday of every month. Usually a birding expert, a biologist, and a botanist accompany the group so these walks have an overall nature emphasis. These exciting opportunities are FREE to the public and provide observation, education and inspiration in our surrounding natural spaces. WREN staff and volunteers guide these walks.
WREN is Willamette Education and Resource Network
WREN Blog Site
"Check with us here for updates about the progress of our new website which is under construction"

For more information call 541.338.7047 or email
Birding Walks:
3rd Saturday of each month
Lane County Audubon Society LCAS hosts bird walks on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Scroll down on the main site page to find the next bird-walk listing
Bird Walks; 2nd, 4th and 5th Thursdays BOGS (Birds of Oregon and General Science)
BOGS Spring 2015 Calendar
Updates Page: Next walk/presentation and latest albums/reports
Mt Pisgah Bird Walks/& Events
(Often the 2nd or 3rd Sunday of the month - Sundays: April 13, May 15, and June 10, 2018)
Bird Walks.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS for Mt Pisgah Arboretum
Join Julia Siporin and other leaders for another monthly bird walk intended for people with all levels of birding experience. We’ll use vocalizations, habitat, and behavior clues for identification of our fall and year-round residents. Come discover the Arboretum’s avian diversity. Please bring binoculars.
Option to continue the walk until noon for those who are interested.
Rain or shine.
Meet at the Arboretum Visitor Center.
$5, Members FREE.

Sources of information about birds being seen locally or regionally

Online Postings every day OBOL Postings (hosted by Oregon Birding Association) Oregon Birders On-Line = OBOL
This is a listserve used by many Western Oregon birders to report their bird sightings. Some of these posts are about rare birds, but many are simply reports of interesting sightings.
Online database of bird sightings (eBird)
Hosted by Cornell University
Cornell's "eBird"
Lane County's most recent bird sightings - listed chronologically
eBird Lane County Birding HOTSPOTS
Oregon Birding Info
Online Birding Guide by County
A state-wide compilation by local experts
Click here for LOADS of GREAT information specific to LANE county birding

Introductory (home) page with clickable state map of all counties
Willamette Valley Birding Trail Guide Another great compilation by experts, of birding locations and the birds to be found there.
Click on one of the Trail LOOPS for a detailed description of what birds you may find at various places along the way.

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