[midvalleybirds] Fwd: announcing an Oregon Woodpecker Festival

clearwater at peak.org clearwater at peak.org
Sun Mar 1 15:02:33 PST 2020


Forwarding this from Judy Meredith of East Cascades Audubon Society, just across Santiam Pass from our area. 

If you're interested in seeing and learning about woodpecker species like White-headed Woodpecker, Black-backed Woodpecker, and Williamson's and Red-naped Sapsuckers along with other cool east-slope birds like Green-tailed Towhee, this festival is a great way to go -- all for a good cause that benefits conservation & education work by an exceptional organization! -- joel 

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Announcing the 10th Annual Dean Hale Woodpecker festival. Online registration opens April 1. The Festival is headquartered in beautiful Sisters , Oregon and takes place June 4-7, 2020. This is a very popular festival and most tours fill very quickly, sometimes within a day of registration opening. This year, participants have a choice of twenty-nine guided tours in search of 11 different woodpecker species and 200 other birds that make central Oregon a birding hot spot. Study the list of trips in advance of registration to be ready to sign up early on April 1. 

The non-profit East Cascades Audubon Society (ECAS) sponsors the Dean Hale Woodpecker Festival, which offers a fun, friendly, casual atmosphere that is all about the birds. The trips are affordable, limited in size and guided by two local volunteers. The proceeds support ECAS education and conservation projects. 

T our details, registration and more information website: [ http://www.ecaudubon.org/dean-hale-woodpecker-festival | http://www.ecaudubon.org/dean-hale-woodpecker-festival ] . Questions can be directed to [ mailto:dhwf2020 at gmail.com | dhwf2020 at gmail.com ] or Sherrie Pierce 541-548-4641. 

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Joel Geier 
Camp Adair area north of Corvallis 


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