Birding Oregon: 44 Prime Birding Areas with More Than 200 Specific Sites

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Globe Pequot, Sep 1, 2006 - Nature - 209 pages
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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.
  

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Contents

Southeast Oregon
9
Southern Harney County
17
Lakeview
23
Northeast Oregon
29
Enterprise Area
38
Old Emigrant HillSpring Creek Roads
47
North Cascades and Willamette Valley
53
Washington County Wetlands
59
Ashland Area
104
Lower Klamath Basin
113
Fort Stevens State Park
119
Cannon Beach Area
123
Siletz Bay Area
130
Florence Area
136
Bandon
145
Brookings Area
151

Larch Mountain
71
Sisters Area
78
Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex
83
Fern Ridge Reservoir and Wildlife Area
89
Southwest Oregon
95
Resources and Contact Information
168
References
174
About the Author
189
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Before turning to birding full time, John Rakestraw took jobs as a music teacher, farm laborer, and hardware salesman to pay for his birding habit. He worked as a naturalist in Kansas and Ohio before finally settling in Oregon. Rakestraw writes articles for birding and nature publications, teaches classes, leads field trips, and works as a guide.

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