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Spring 2022 Whistler is online

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The Spring 2022 Whistler is available now.

 

Read more of its content: 

  • Annual Announcements - Presidents message
  • Message to our National Members
  • Membership Form
  • NW Birding Events
  • 2022 is a WHAS Election Year
  • Christmas Bird Count Results
  • Keep your feeders clean
  • The Loon Lunch
  • Conserving Coastal Birds and Habitat

 

Winter 2021 Whistler is online

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The Winter 2021 Whistler is available now.

 

Read more of its content: 

  • Free Tree Seedlings from the Carbon Capture Foundation
  • Christmast Bird Counts - All the local info
  • Membership Form
  • NW Birding Events
  • 2022 is a WHAS Election Year
  • More than 350000 swifts roosted in Rainier!
  • Cowlitz Bird Count October update
  • The Grace of Trumpeter Swans 

 

Common Winter Birds of Western Washington Class

Winter birds of western Washington are amazing. Explore 100 species commonly found in fall and winter. Learn about their shape, size, color patterns, behaviors, habitat, and sounds. The 5-week course taught by Ornithologist Dr. Thomas Bancroft consists of five 90-minute classes held on Zoom. 

Class dates:

  • Thursdays from 7:00 PM-8:30 PM,
  • October 21st, 28th
  • November 4th, 11th, and 18th.

Class recordings are also available.

Fee: $115

More info and registration at Rainier Audubon Society

 

Fall 2021 Whistler is online

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The Fall 2021 Whistler is available now.

 

Read more of its content: 

  • The Wonder of Grief
  • Christmast Bird Counts - Save the dates
  • Membership Form
  • NW Birding Events
  • Report on Audubon State meeting
  • Bird Flight Patterns and Music
  • Vaux Swifts in Rainier Oregon
  • Birds of a Feather Winter Roost Together

 

See the Vaux's Swifts in Rainier Oregon

Vaux's Swifts are starting to roost in the Riverside Community Church chimney in Rainier. We already had a few readings getting up to 20,000.

Folks wishing to check out this phenomenon for themselves will have the best chance from half an hour before sunset until half an hour after sunset. The southward migration of the swifts from all over the Northwest starts in September, affording us more opportunities to view thousands of them entering the chimney. You can watch them from the lower parking lot accessible from W C St next to Fox Creek.

Check it out and say hi to Carolyn, Juni and Terri.

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