Birding Oregon: 44 Prime Birding Areas with More Than 200 Specific Sites
The 44 chapters in "Birding Oregon" describe over 200 birding sites, and include samples from all the major ecoregions in Oregon. All sites listed in the book meet three criteria: They offer consistently good birding, are located on public land or on land open to the birding public, and are accessible in a normal passenger car.A 20-page Birding Oregon Atlas provides route information for finding the sites.
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