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Recent Field Trip Highlights

Information on our recent birding trips and what was we saw. Trips are listed in reverse chronological order based on the date the trip reports were posted, so the order of trips is approximate.

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Bird-A-Thon Report – May 15, 2017 Article 2017 Whidbey Wing-Dings
We had many successful field trips in this year’s Birdathon. Here is a report on one of them. Hotspots of Kittitas County, May 28, 2017, 13 participants joine... Page Eastside Audubon Field Trip Report – Birdathon 2017 (May 28, 2017)
2017 Malheur field trip Article Eastside Audubon to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Birdathon Report – 109 Species Seen Article Karismatic Kestrels 2017
Sharon and Stan were joined by 15 other birders at Eastside Audubon's monthly bird walk at Lake Sammamish State Park. Cloudy, 53-63F, 1-3 mph. 50 species, 124 s... Page Lake Sammamish State Park (May 31, 2017) Highlights
Sharon and Stan were joined by 18 other birders on July 19, 2017 at Eastside Audubon's monthly bird walk at Lake Sammamish State Park. Sunny, 59-74F, 1-3 mph. ... Page Lake Sammamish State Park July 19, 2017 Highlights
Sharon and Stan were joined by 18 other birders at Eastside Audubon's monthly bird walk at LSSP. It was cloudy, 54-64F, 1-2 mph. 54 species recorded for the day... Page Lake Sammamish State Park June 27, 2017 Field Trip Highlights
Stan Wood and Graham Hutchinson lead a group of 12 people on a trip to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, located near Burns, Oregon. A group of 10 people depar... Page Malheur NWR Field Trip – May 20-25, 2017
Sue Welsh, Roberta Wherritt, Jeff Remington, Victoria Chaussee, Nancy Massingill and Sravanthis Yalamanchili joined leader Hugh Jennings on this Bird-A-Thon fie... Page Nisqually NWR Bird-A-Thon Trip (May 6, 2017) Highlights
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