Walks: Birding

Walks that feature bird watching

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Point St. George

While camping at Harris Beach State Park, my husband and I glimpsed a small blip on the horizon, recognizable as a column when viewed with binoculars.  During a subsequent stay in Brookings, I wanted a closer look at this offshore sentinel.  Unless you have access… 

Battery Point Vista Area

Having seen all the lighthouses on the Oregon Coast, it was time to branch out in order to expand my list of illuminated sentinels.  With that goal in mind, a camping trip to Brookings included a day trip over the border to coastal California’s northernmost… 

Crissey Field State Recreation Site

Just north of the state line shared with California you’ll find the state park hosting Oregon’s welcome center, Crissey Field State Recreation Site. The park name chronicles ownership and the usage of the land.  Crissey is the surname of one William L., who owned the… 

Devil’s Lake State Recreation Area

Years before “binge-watching” was added to dictionaries and Black Friday was such a wildly popular phenomenon, several hours of each Thanksgiving weekend in my youth were spent sitting directly in front of our 14-inch TV, my elbows resting on the small hand-caned footstool my dad… 

Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Site

Winter is the perfect season to watch the rowdy Pacific strut its powerful awesomeness. Storms bring strong winds and turbulent seas for spray-packed ocean shows. While rain is an inherent part of the short days of the year in Oregon, on the Central Coast it… 

Alsea Bay North Wayside

The Alsea Bay Bridge is a beautiful span, yet it evokes a slight pang of sadness for me since it replaced a bridge of Conde B. McCullough design. One of a set of five planned and built simultaneously to connect the Coos Bay to Newport…