August Photo Contest WinnerSpotted Sandpiper. Wallowa Lake State Park. July 2.
Photographer: Graham Dey
September 23 — Feathers Provide Hints About Color of Extinct Animals
September 21 — Caspian Terns Discovered Nesting 1,000 Miles Farther to the North Than Ever Recorded
August 18 — Traffic Noise Reduces Foraging Efficiency in Wild Owls
The State of North America's Birds, 2016
Birds and Humanity Lecture
"Birds and Humanity' is a continuing education course offered by Lane Community College (Eugene) that focuses on the diverse relationships between humans and birds that have developed through time around the world.
Meets once: Thursday December 1, 2016, from 6-9 pm.
Will be posted on the college website soon: www.lanecc.edu/ce
Welcome to the Oregon Birding Association
Small Grants Now Available!
The Oregon Birding Association Board of Directors is pleased to announce the availability of three small grants of up to $500 each, for projects that further our mission to promote education, enjoyment, conservation and science of birds and birding in Oregon.
Application forms are now available.The deadline to apply is February 1, 2017.
More information and application form here.
Finding Birds in OregonBirding Washington County
Birding Oregon Website
Malheur Friends Website
Birding by Ecoregion
Species OccurrenceSpring Migration Phenology
Northwest Field Notes
North American Migration Count
Local Status Guides
What Species Will Be Oregon's Next?Predicted Next Birds of Oregon
The 10 Next Birds of Oregon
Oregon Birding Association. PO Box 675. Lincoln City OR 97367-0675. Email: email@example.com