Check out this year’s Birdathon field trips. Register early before these fill up!
Hugh Jennings will lead his annual trip to The Nisqually NWR in Thurston County which offers a diverse combination of habitats and birds. Spring migrants should be arriving to join regulars such as woodpeckers and Great Horned Owls.
Join Marlene’s Lens Have Fun group for a relaxing birding day for novice birders. We will walk the trails through Yesler Swamp and the Wahkiakum Loop in one of the Seattle area’s best spots for migrating birds including warblers, vireos, various woodland birds, waterfowl, some shorebirds, and local raptors.
Explore Fort Steilacoom Park in Pierce County. This historic park in the City of Lakewood has an extensive trial system through mixed woodland, perfect habitat for migrating warblers, flycatchers, orioles, tanagers, and grosbeaks.
Kittitas County offers some spectacular birding where the Ponderosa Pine forest meets the Subalpine Fir zone on the drier eastern slope of the Cascade Range, creating a habitat for birds not seen west of the mountains.
Join us for a memorable morning walk through Lake Sammamish State Park. This urban park offers a wide assortment of birds and habitats due to its varied ecosystems.
Spring is a good time to explore this wetland located near the Everett Sewage Treatment Ponds. Waterfowl, shorebirds, raptors, and gulls as well as migrating warblers, sparrows and other songbirds in brushy and grassy areas are all possible in this varied habitat.
This half-day trip to Rattlesnake and Christmas Lakes offer a variety of habitats for spring birding in the Cascade foothills near North Bend. We will have opportunities to see warblers, flycatchers, wrens, woodpeckers, swallows, ducks and raptors.
See what birds are in the park and on the bay. Varied habitats within the park host a vast array of species, and the quiet of an early morning is one of the best times to explore.
Join us for a morning walk at one of east Lake Washington’s most birdy parks. Individuals with limited mobility, slow walkers, people with disabilities, and beginning birders are encouraged to participate.
Take a relaxed early evening walk along the Snoqualmie Valley Trail looking for spring migrating warblers, vireos, and flycatchers.