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A Bird Watchers dream is found at many locations throughout The State of Oregon . There are extensive reserves all over the state. These habitats serve as excellent nesting and brood rearing areas for waterfowl and colonial nesting birds including American white pelican and several heron species. Bald eagle and osprey nest in many parts of the state and can sometimes be seen dining on the local wild life. Many of our Member Inns have grounds or are located near land ideal for birding.

Long Hollow Ranch

Phone: 541-923-1901

Wildlife abounds on and near Long Hollow Ranch. Bald Eagles, Osprey, Golden Eagles, Red Tail Hawks, Great Horned Owls and California Quail are but a few of the many birds seen here on a daily basis. Nearby bird watering areas on adjoining public lands are great places to view more of the smaller varieties of our feathered friends.

Sisters, Oregon
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The Fulton House Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 503-892-5781

We are located just 5 minutes from the Oak Bottom Wildlife Refuge,Smith-Bybee Wetlands Natural Area, Reed Lake on Reed College campus, Willamette and Tom McCall Waterfront Parks.

Portland, Oregon
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Chehalem Ridge B&B

Phone: 503-538-3474

Perched on Chehalem Mountain, enjoy the red-tailed hawks soar below you or the songbirds in the waterfall out front. Or drive just 20 minutes to the Tualatin River Nation Wildlife Refuge which is home to nearly 200 species of birds, over 50 species of mammals, 25 species of reptiles and amphibians, and a wide variety of insects, fish and plants.

Newberg, Oregon
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Feller House

Phone: 503-678-0268

We have lots of birds at our feeders just outside the kitchen and dining room or you can sit on the deck near the feeders and the Goldfinches are not bashful, they will continue to feed. Osprey nests can be viewed nearby. Only 20 minutes away is the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge which home to about 200 species of birds and much other wildlife and plants.

Aurora, Oregon
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Hopewell B&B

Phone: 503-868-7848

We have viewed over 70 different species at our feeders and on our property. Rare pileated woodpeckers and bald eagles have been viewed as well as osprey. A typical day sees nuthatches, goldfinches, chickadees, redwing blackbirds and dozens more. Birdviewing takes place indoors or outdoors here. I do my best from my bed in the morning while I sip my tea! Come find your favorite spot!

Salem, Oregon
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The Carlton Inn Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 503-852-7506

Lots of varieties of birds make their home in and around Carlton, and The Carlton Inn. Feel free to use the Inn's binoculars and bird books. Reference http://birdingoregon.info/Home/YamhillCounty/tabid/210/Default.aspx for additional bird watching information and locations.

Carlton, Oregon
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The DreamGiver's Inn

Phone: 503-625-1476

The DreamGiver's Inn is just minutes from the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. We also enjoy having bird watchers stay with us to view the many birds on and around the Inn's ten acres of property. See http://www.fws.gov/tualatinriver/

Newberg, Oregon
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The Craftsman B & B

Phone: 1-503-965-4574

We are home to a multitude of species; Bald Eagles, Puffins, Gulls, Pelicans, Herons, Ducks and migrating Canada Geese and songbirds. We are minutes away from the Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Nature Conservancy Trails on Cascade Head, Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area, Cape Meares National Wildlife Refuge and Whalen Island State Natural Area.

Pacific City, Oregon
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The Lake House Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 541-996-8938
Toll Free: 888-996-8938
Located on the lake, with many species of birds and an eagle nest behind us. Great Birder Location; 2 miles from the Oregon Coast. On our Website, please find 2 links to websites that may help sea birds of Oregon and Oregon coast birding trails.

Lincoln City, Oregon
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Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn

Phone: 503-472-2727

We recently did an inventory of birds on the property with PSU faculty and students. We plan to do another in July.

McMinnville, Oregon
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WildSpring Guest Habitat

Phone: 541-332-0977
Toll Free: 866-333-9453
WildSpring Guest Habitat is the first official birding site in Port Orford for the new Oregon Coast Birding Trail. We have binoculars you can borrow in the Guest Hall. Some of the species recently spotted here (within a recent 5-minute period): Pacific-slope Flycatcher, Tree Swallow, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Swainson's Thrush, Wrentit, Wild Turkey, Osprey.

Port Orford, Oregon
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Yamhill Vineyards Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 503-662-3840

30 arces of Vineyard, 2 ponds, & wooded area. Varities may include: Humming, Quail, Redtailed Hawk, Golden Finch, Towhee, Barn & Tree Swallows, Turkey Vultures, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Junkos, Pileated Woodpecker, Bluebird, Evening Grosbeak. Enjoy watching the birds breakfast while you breakfast.

Yamhill, Oregon
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Tyee Lodge Oceanfront B&B

Phone: 541-265-8953
Toll Free: 1-888-553-8933
Tyee Lodge is located half a mile from the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, the perfect place for bird watching. Pelagic and Brandt's cormorants, black oystercatchers, and western gulls live at Yaquina Head year round. Birds that you might see during the summer include common murres, brown pelicans, surf scoters, pigeon guillemots, and rhinoceros auklets.

Newport, Oregon
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Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 541-432-0230

As Oregon's most northeastern county, Wallowa County is host to many bird species not necessarily found in other areas of the state. Let us suggest some places to birdwatch, including The Nature Conservancy's 32,000 acre Zumwalt Prairie Preserve.

Joseph, Oregon
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Old Parkdale Inn

Phone: 541-352-5551

The gardens of the Old Parkdale Inn have been recognized as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. One day last spring we identified 21 species of birds at our feeders in just a half hours time! We especially enjoy sharing our favorite birding sites and hikes, and binoculars, with our guests along with the map of the Cascade Birding Trails.

Mount Hood - Parkdale, Oregon
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McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins

Phone: 541-822-6260

Though open all year, the best birding is during the spring migration and early summer, April-July, when over 100 total species have been recorded on our property. Because of the open woods, many birds are heard and seen. In fact you are being able to see many of the singing birds. Spring mornings often yield 40-50 species in two hours especially if one knows the songs and calls.

Vida, Oregon
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Blue Spruce Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 541-549-9644
Toll Free: 888-328-9644
Osprey diving for food in beautiful Suttle Lake. Hawks soaring on the wind above the sprawling green hay fields. Woodpeckers at work in the forests of Camp Sherman. It's a birder's paradise is Sisters Country.

Sisters, Oregon
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Hood River BnB

Phone: 541-387-2997

Trails abound in our area to enjoy all type of birds.

Hood River, Oregon
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Sandlake Country Inn

Phone: 503-965-6745

Surrounded by Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Nature Conservancy Trails on Cascade Head, Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area, Cape Meares National Wildlife Refuge and Whalen Island State Natural Area."This is easily one of the best bird watching spots along the Oregon Coast..." declares Sunset Magazine's November 2002 issue about Tillamook Bay/Cape Meares National Wildlife Refuge

Pacific City, Oregon
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