Our second Saturday morning local field trip meets at the Benton Center, 757 NW Polk at 7:30am.
The Saturday local field trips are especially interesting for beginner birders and birders new to Oregon’s
mid-valley area. We spend a lot of time identifying local birds by sight and song. We visit the valley
National Wildlife Refuges—Finley, Baskett Slough, and Ankeny, as well as other birding areas
Field trip coordinator is Bill Proebsting, email@example.com , 541-752-0108
Explore Oregon from its Pacific Ocean shores to the lofty mountains on its eastern border. ASC schedules ten weekend birding trips all across this marvelous state. “Weekend” consists of either three days - Friday through Sunday - or four days - Thursday through Sunday. Comfortable vans supply transportation. We stay in comfortable motels and lodges and eat at some excellent restaurants. All ASC members and prospective members can participate.
The trips are led by an experienced crew of good birders who take pride in their abilities to help beginners. Expenses are shared by all participants. So pick up your 2014 calendars, and mark these dates:
- April 18-20 Klamath Basin wildlife refuges
- May 9-11 Rogue Valley, with a performance of the Marx Brothers classic Cocoanuts at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival
- June 5-8 Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
- June 27-29 Summer, Agency & Crater Lakes
- July 15-18 The Wallowas
- August 14-17 Steens & Hart Mountains
- September 5-7 Return to Bandon for shorebirds
Starting in January there will be sign-up sheets at the Field Trips desk
Alternatively, you can sign up by emailing Fred Ramsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A $50 deposit per person per trip will be required.
May through September
Note: We will be meeting at a different location for every trip.
Trips are free. Bring a bicycle helmet, water and binoculars. We ride slowly, listen for birds and stop frequently. Trip lengths are less than 10 miles. For more information, contact Don Bouchon
PH: 541-753-7689, email@example.com"
All trips are on the 4th Sunday of each month. May - September, 9 a.m. - Noon