Aquatic Bird Sites
In an effort to help coordinate aquatic bird monitoring and facilitate regionally based studies, Klamath Bird Observatory has compiled and posted descriptions for Important Aquatic Bird Sites within eastern Oregon, western Oregon, and northwestern California. The site descriptions include information such as water level fluctuations, land ownership, access issues, visibility constraints, and aquatic birds expected to be present.
Click here to view Western Oregon Aquatic Bird Site Map & download Site Descriptions
Click here to view Eastern Oregon Aquatic Bird Site Map & download Site Descriptions
Click here to view NW California Aquatic Bird Site Map & download Site Descriptions
This project was successful thanks to contributions from many partners and funding from the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife State Wildlife Grants, Charlotte Martin Foundation, Pacific Coast Habitat Joint Venture, and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Aquatic Bird Important Sites – Eastern Oregon
Eastern Oregon Aquatic Site Descriptions 46. Agency Lake 47. Alvord Lake 48. Aspen Lake 49. Batch and Cow Lakes 50. Bear Valley 51. Big Marsh Basin 52. Blue Mountains 53. Catlow Valley 54. Chewaucan Marsh 55. Cold Springs NWR 56. Davis Lake 57. Gerber Reservoir 58. Goose Lake Basin 59. Guano Basin 60. Hart Lake […]
Aquatic Bird Important Sites – Western Oregon
Western Oregon Aquatic Site Descriptions 1. Alsea Bay 2. Ankeny NWR 3. Bandon Marsh NWR 4. Baskett Slough NWR 5. Cape Arago State Park 6. Clatsop Beaches 7. Coos Bay 8. Coquille River Estuary 9. Denman Wildlife Area 10. E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area 11. Fern Ridge Reservoir 12. Fernhill Wetlands 13. Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve […]
Aquatic Bird Important Sites – Northwest California
Northwestern California Aquatic Bird Site Descriptions 40. Arcata Marsh 41. Del Norte Coast (Lake Earl/Lake Talawa) 42. Eel River Wildlife Area 43. Humboldt Bay NWR 44. Humboldt Lagoons State Park 45. Smith River Mouth