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Harlan’s Red Tail Hawk

These events are open to the general public. Participants must accept total responsibility for themselves and their possessions. To enhance the birding experience for all, we encourage participants to read and follow the birding Code of Ethics adopted by the American Birding Association. We meet and try to car pool as fitting.

Come out and enjoy birding with us. Don’t be shy, it is a fun learning experience for all. For more field trip information, inquire at the program meeting, or contact any of the chapter officers.

 

 

CURRENT FIELD TRIPS:

RJ Baltierra will be leading several field trips starting again in February and March.  Visit this page often for updates, or follow us on Facebook.  All field trips will meet at Umpqua Bank located at 225 N. Grand Ave, Pullman, WA, unless otherwise noted.
Please dress appropriately for the weather. Contact RJ at 509-332-9043, for any further information.

February 10, Saturday: Lewiston/Clarkston valley, looking for waterfowl, owls, and other winter residents. Meet at 8am. Full day, with half day optional. Meet at Umpqua Bank parking lot 225 N. Grand, Pullman.

February 24, Saturday: Rock Lake area, maybe Steptoe Butte. Migrant waterfowl, and raptors. Full day. Meet at Umpqua Bank parking lot 225 N. Grand, Pullman, 8am.

March 10, Saturday: Spring Valley Reservoir. Waterfowl and forest birds. Half day. Meet at 8am at Safeway parking lot, 1320 S. Blaine, Moscow.

March 24, Saturday: Wawawai Canyon to Steptoe Canyon. Full day. Meet at 8am at Umpqua Bank parking lot 225 N.Grand, Pullman.

Always dress for the weather, bring water and any other food and drink needs.  Wear comfortable shoes!

SAVE THE DATE: April 28, 2018 for a full day field trip coordinated with the Coeur d’Alene Audubon Society.  Start in Sprague, WA and finish in Pullman with stops at Rock Lake, Steptoe Butte, Palouse, Kamiak Butte and Rose Creek Nature Preserve.
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To get to Mann Lake:

THE SCENIC ROUTE (Lindsay Creek Road): From the north end of Lewiston, follow US 12 south into town, cross the Clearwater River on Memorial Bridge and immediately take the first left (east) toward East Lewiston. Turn left (east) onto East Main Street and go about a half mile to the flashing yellow lights. Turn right (south) onto Lapwai (a.k.a. Lindsay Creek) Road. When the road forks stay right on Lindsay Creek Road (Nez Perce County Road 460) and follow it about 5 miles to its terminus at Grelle Avenue. Turn left (east) onto Grelle Avenue and just past the sharp right curve, turn left (east) onto East Powers Avenue (a.k.a. Lapwai Road). Continue straight (east) past the grain towers to the main parking lot of the lake.

THE URBAN ROUTE (Powers Avenue): From the north end of Lewiston, follow US 12 south into town, stay left at the first light and cross the Clearwater River on Memorial Bridge. The left lane directs you up 21st Street at the next light. Follow it up the hill, through the Lewiston Orchards until it turns into a 2-lane road. Turn left on Powers Avenue and follow it all the way to the grain towers and the main parking lot at the lake. ID DeLorme 54, A-1.