“Hear the song of the birds”
Bring your binoculars as you visit the land at the end of the Oregon Trail! Watch surfbirds and black oystercatchers scramble over rocky headlands between crashing waves, as gray whales spout just off the Oregon Coast. Look for Lewis's woodpecker and Clark's nutcracker as you listen to the song of hermit warblers, among majestic pines framing the snowy volcanic peaks of the Cascades. Listen to the murmur of thousands of snow geese as they settle to rest in the tule marshes of the Klamath Basin. Smell blooming sage as the song of Brewer's sparrows fills the warm evening air, in the high deserts of the Basin & Range. Sample marionberries at a fruit stand or taste wine at a vineyard in the lush Willamette Valley, as acorn woodpeckers cavort in oaks that witnessed the first wagon trains.
With nearly 200 sites along more than 1,000 miles of scenic roadways, the Oregon Cascades Birding Trail offers outdoor adventure for birders of all skill and interest levels. The Mount Hood Loop rises rom the Columbia River to the base of Mount Hood, the
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