Take a walk on the wild side and explore the natural world at our Bird Watching Clinics. Hosted by the Lincoln City Audubon Society, come learn about coastal native birds and their natural habitat. The clinics are complimentary and open to the public.
2018 Bird Watching Clinics
Each clinic begins with a brief on-site introduction, followed by a guided walk. Clinics begin at 9am and last for 2 hours. You are encouraged to ask questions and give feedback. Clinics are complimentary and pre-registration is not required. Call 541-992-9720 for directions to the meeting location, locations vary by date.
What to Bring
For an enjoyable experience, weather appropriate clothing and footwear are recommended. Binoculars and guidebooks will be available.
Weather and ocean conditions can be unpredictable on the Oregon Coast. Please practice caution while participating in the clinics.
- July 13 (Fri.) – The Villages at Cascade Head
- August 10 (Fri.) – The Knoll Open Space
- September 8 (Sat.) – Alder Island Nature Trail
- September 22 (Sat.) – Devils Lake State Park
- October 12 (Fri.) – SW 51st Street
- October 27 (Sat.) – Friends of Wildwood Trail
- November 10 (Sat.) – Cascade Head Scenic Area
- December 1 (Sat.) – Salishan Nature Trail
Audubon Society of Lincoln City
Lincoln City is proud to partner with the Audubon Society to offer free Bird Watching Clinics. Oregon’s youngest Audubon chapter, the Audubon Society of Lincoln City has been active in educating young and old about birds, wildlife and their habitats along the central Oregon Coast. They present in-school “Wild About Birds” classroom programs at elementary schools in Tillamook and Lincoln counties. They also offer “Basic Birding” adult classes at the Oregon Coast Community College 3 times a year at the Lincoln City campus. The Audubon Society offers bird walks at location as far north as Tillamook Bay, as far east as Baskett Slough off Rte 22 near Dallas, OR and as far south as Seal Rock, and all along the central Oregon Coast. For more information about the Audubon Society of Lincoln City, visit their website.