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A Bald Eagle is perched on a log on a sandy beach.

Pacific Northwest Trip: Skagit Valley Birding *FULL*

Have you experienced the sights and sounds of tens of thousands of Snow Geese settling into their daily feeding grounds? The rich environment of Skagit Valley includes a variety of habitats including open water, shoreline, tidal mudflats and marshes, forested uplands, and agricultural land.

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A flock of Ross's Geese in flight.

Pacific Northwest Trip: Klamath Basin *FULL*

Let’s explore the Klamath Basin, home to six national wildlife refuges and one of the most important wetland ecosystems in the west! Our visit is timed to see the spectacular spring migration of geese, along with a great diversity of waterfowl and plenty of raptors too.

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Pacific Northwest Trip: The Birds & Natural History of NE Oregon *FULL*

Rugged Northeast Oregon is full of scenic beauty with spectacular mountains and gorges. Join us as we explore areas such as the Grande Ronde River, Zumwalt Prairie, and Hell’s Canyon to look for Calliope Hummingbirds, Golden Eagles, Gray Catbirds, Bobolinks, Short-Eared Owls and so much more! 

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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 *3 spots left*

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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