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Tag Archives: Least Sandpiper
I spent the day birding sites around Seaside, OR (Birding Oregon p. 121). The tide was the lowest I have seen at The Cove, revealing its sandy bottom. The low tide allowed lots of beach-combers to wander along the rocky … Continue reading
Having just opened to the public within the past few years, Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is a great birding spot just a few miles west of Portland on Hwy 99W. Habitats include marshes, riparian forest, and a small patch … Continue reading
While certainly not one of the more scenic sites in Oregon, Fernhill Wetlands (Birding Oregon p. 61) always attracts some noteworthy birds. Least Sandpiper (left) and Western Sandpiper (right) are two of the more common shorebirds that use the mudflats … Continue reading