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A Sandhill Crane stands in a meadow. A Red-winged Blackbird is standing on the crane's tail feathers.

Pacific Northwest Trip: The Sandhill Cranes of Othello *FULL*

On this three-day, two-night adventure we will explore beautiful landscapes, from the basalt columns of Columbia National Wildlife Refuge to the gorgeous vistas of Saddle Mountain. We’ll have good chances of seeing Long-billed Curlew, Tricolored Blackbird, Loggerhead Shrike, Chukar, Sagebrush and Vesper Sparrow, and Sage Thrasher, and of course thousands of Sandhill Crane!

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A photo of a Western Meadowlark in flight.

Pacific Northwest Trip: From Cedars to Sage: Birding Along the Deschutes

Heading east from the Cascade crest, starkly different ecoregions present a fantastic array of habitats and wildlife. On this three-day, van-based tour, we’ll explore the avifauna and natural history of the East Cascades, Columbia Plateau, and Blue Mountain ecoregions, searching for Williamson’s Sapsucker in conifer-dominated forests, Lewis’s Woodpecker and Ash-throated Flycatcher in open oak scrub, and Sage Thrasher and Vesper Sparrow in the sagebrush steppe.

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