Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is one of the most popular birding destinations in Oregon, not just for the abundant expected species, but also for the eastern vagrants that turn up there every year. Our Birdathon team from the Audubon Society of Portland visited the area June 7-9.
Posted on June 21, 2011, in mammals, nesting, OR Birding Sites, reptiles & amphibians and tagged Black-necked Stilt, Common Nighthawk, Eastern Kingbird, Malheur NWR, Merriam's Ground Squirrel, Northern Flicker, Pine Siskin, Western Fence Lizard, Western Tanager, Yellow-headed Blackbird. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.