Birding Trails in Oregon
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Birding Trails in Oregon

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Oregon has 57 birding trails. These trails range from 0 to 108 miles in length. The most popular trails are Paulina Lakeshore Trail, West Metolius Trail 4018 and Fall River. Trails.com member Jean S. recently completed Paulina Lakeshore Trail.
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Larch Mountain Trail 441 is a hiking trail in Multnomah County, Oregon. It is within Mark ...
West Metolius Trail 4018 is a hiking trail in Jefferson County, Oregon. It is within Deschutes ...
This route follows the southern segment of the Deschutes River Trail. It takes you through ...
This easy road loop around the southern end of Sauvie Island—the largest river island ...
Paulina Lakeshore Trail is a hiking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within Newberry ...
Powell Butte Nature Park is located on an extinct volcano that features diverse habitats ...
Fall River Loop 4 3/4 Mile is a hiking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within ...
This route takes you to the base of Chimney Rock—a prominent formation located high above ...
This route follows Mill Creek and crosses it many times over 2.7 miles where you’ll have ...
While the main attraction for birders when visiting Fort Stevens State Park is the south ...
Explore the 108-mile OC&E–Woods Line State Trail for its solitude and panoramic views. ...
This route takes you on a tour through the sagebrush-and juniper landscape of the Rimrock ...
The sites along this stretch of US 26 include a reservoir, a small lake, riparian corridors, ...
Summer Lake Wildlife Area is located at the north end of Summer Lake, a large basin almost ...
While Lakeview serves primarily as the base of operations for birders visiting Hart Mountain ...
Hart Mountain is a large fault block that rises abruptly almost 3,600 feet above the wetlands ...
The southern parts of Harney County contain some excellent birding sites separated by ...
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is one of the best-known birding sites in Oregon. ...
Harney County covers about 10,000 square miles, much of which is administered by the Bureau ...
Walton Lake is a sparkling and scenic camping, fishing, swimming, paddling, and ...
This hike follows a nowdry ancient river that once cut through this canyon. The river ...
There’s not much to this trail, but its simplicity is what makes it truly refreshing. ...
Not far north of Portland, Scappoose Bay is a labyrinth of explorable channels teeming ...
The Smith and Bybee Lakes area is the nation’s largest urban freshwater wetland. Tucked ...
Most Oregonians know that the charming resort town of Cannon Beach has quaint motels, ...
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