Spring bird walks on the Palouse – 2023 Registration

A Western Bluebird perches near his nest with food for hungry chicks. Photo by Casey Lowder.

Join local birders on walks in a variety of habitats and experience the beautiful bird life of our region during Spring migration. Guides will provide tips on finding and identifying birds. Botanical and non-feathered wildlife will also be enjoyed.

Walks are intended for all skill levels. Walks usually cover 1-3 miles and take 1.5-4 hours but can be adjusted to the group’s schedule. All ages are welcome for any walk but those especially suited for kids are marked with *.

Group size is limited and registration is required. We will be in touch to confirm and provide directions to the starting location.

For information on what birds we might see, check out the eBird pages for the birding location below. Maps show where walks will start.


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