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A Gree-tailed Towhee perches on a piece of wood.

Pacific Northwest Trip: Northern Blues – Washington State’s Forgotten Counties with Stefan Schlick

Discover a lesser known part of the Pacific Northwest on this 5-day birding adventure with Stefan Schlick. The Northern Blue Mountains, east of Walla Walla, have breathtaking canyons and cliffs at their higher elevations and riparian areas are a mecca for migrating birds at the lower elevations.

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A Black-backed Woodpecker clings to the side of a tree.

Pacific Northwest Trip: Woodpeckers of Wasco with Brodie Cass Talbott & Erin Law

Wasco County holds the distinction of having the most breeding species of woodpecker of any county in the United States, with all 12 of Oregon’s breeding species represented. We’ll try for all 12 (with 8-9 more likely). Along the way, we’ll traverse from montane forest to oak woodland and sagebrush steppe, enjoying the changing bird life as we go.

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A Northern Waterthrush is singing from a thin branch.

Pacific Northwest Trip: Okanogan with Stefan Schlick

Discover the Okanogan with Stefan Schlick! With its diverse habitats, it is the area in Washington State with the highest number of breeding bird species. The scenery is fabulous, even after last year’s wildfires. Boreal forest, pinelands, riparian, lush meadows, lakes and rivers, sagebrush steppe, the Okanogan has got it all! You will never forget this trip!

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A photo of three Burrowing Owls perched on a shrub.

Pacific Northwest Trip: Yakima with Dan van den Broek & Brodie Cass Talbott *1 spot left*

Yakima provides easy access to a variety of habitats as we search for avian highlights such as Long-billed Curlew, Burrowing Owl, Eastern Kingbird, Redhead, and Calliope Hummingbird. As we move through the region, we will also enjoy a lovely assortment of wildflowers, butterflies, and dragonflies.

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Pacific Northwest Trip: Idaho’s Cassia Crossbill with Stefan Schlick

See the American Birding Association’s newest species in the South Hills of Idaho! Because of the absence of red squirrels in Idaho’s South Hills, Cassia Crossbills are about 20 times more common than the Red Crossbill. We’ll take a compelling and exciting trip from Portland to Twin Falls, seeking summer specialties in various mountain and wetland habitats along the way

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