Some Birds seen on the Oregon Coast
This year-round bird was found during a morning bird walk at Fort Stevens State Park on the north Oregon Coast.
Two Whimbrels were seen on the beach at Gearhart. This is a sure sign that the spring shorebird migration is about to begin.
This pair of snowy plovers may be anticipating nesting on the Geahart Spit at the mouth of the Necanicum River. The banded bird is the male. These birds have been observed at this location since last December.
This White-crowned Sparrow is establishing its territory and hoping to attract a mate with his song.