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Wild Chickens of the Pacific Northwest

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When: Apr 19, 2017 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Contact:
Marissa Duncan
971-222-6131

April 19 & 22 | Among the most obscure and sought-after birds anywhere, there are several species of grouse, partridge and quail occurring in the Pacific Northwest.

Sage Grouse - Scott Carpenter
April 19 (Wed), 7pm–9pm: Class in Heron Hall
April 22 (Sat), 8am–5pm: Local Field Trip

Among the most obscure and sought-after birds anywhere, there are several species of grouse, partridge and quail occurring in the Pacific Northwest. Some of them are pretty difficult to see, but others can relatively easily be observed in the wild if you do your research. Birding expert Stefan Schlick will give you an overview of all these species, what is special about each one and how/where to find them in the wild. On the field trip into the Oregon Coast Range we will look for Sooty Grouse.

 

Class with Field Trip, limited to 14 participants: $70 members / $85 non-members
Class-only Option: $14

 

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