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Welcome to Washington's Birding Paradise!

The Cascade Loop features 225 of Washington's 346 annually recorded bird species.

Hundreds of thousands of birds depend on the rich, natural habitats found along the byway: some simply pause to rest and eat here before continuing on north, while others set up housekeeping, nesting and raising young ones. Each region of the byway boasts its own unique micro-climate and habitat and therefore, its own diverse populations of birdlife.

Information below is largely courtesy of Audubon Washington and the Whidbey Audubon Society and reflects only some birding locations along the Cascade Loop. Please visit their sites for full, detailed information and maps. 

Cooper Hawk on fence post

Lowell Riverfront Trail (Everett) Wheelchair/Stroller Accessible

Habitat: Riverfront. 1.75-mile, multi-use trail featuring 10-foot-wide paved path that also includes views of Mt. Baker, Rainier and the Cascades.

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Pine Siskin, Ruby-Crowned Kinglet, Sparrows (Fox, Harris's and White-Crowned), Bald Eagles, Hawks (Red-Tailed, Sharp-Shinned and Cooper's), Yellow-Rumped Warblers, Hermit Thrushes, Bullock's Oriole, Great-Horned Owls, double-Crested Cormorants, Barrow's Goldeneyes

See more images of birding and wildlife in Seattle Northcountry

(Pictured: Cooper's Hawk - Freund's Photography)


Killdeer pair

Jetty Island (Everett) 

Habitat: Half-mile wide, 2-mile long sandy island park. Accessed by a free 10-minute ferry ride (Learn more by clicking here)

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Caspian Tern, Glaucous-winged Gull, Killdeer, Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs, Plover (Black-bellied and Semipalmated), Short-billed Dowitchers, Sandpipers (Least, Spotted and Western), Pigeon Guillemot

See more images of birding and wildlife in Seattle Northcountry

(Pictured: Killdeer pair)

Bufflehead males

North and South View Parks (Everett) Wheelchair/Stroller Accessible

Habitat: Tidal mud flats, shallow bay and neighboring city parks

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Osprey, Purple Martin, Bald Eagles, Merlin, Red-Necked Grebe, American Wigeon, Brant, Gadwall, Northern Pintail, Red-breasted Mergansers, Bufflehead, Mew Gull

See more images of birding and wildlife in Seattle Northcountry

(Pictured: Two Male Buffleheads - Freund's Photography)

Spencer Island (Everett) 

Habitat: 412-acre Island and tidal estuary.

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Swallows (Tree and Violet-Green), Osprey, Wood Ducks, Blue-Winged Teal, Western Tanagers, Black-Headed Grosbeaks, Band-Tailed Pigeons, Red-Eyed Vireos, Common Yellowthroats, Bald Eagles, Great Horned Owls, Northern Harriers, Belted Kingfishers, Woodpeckers (Pileated, Downy and Hairy), Northern Flickers, Red-breasted Sapsuckers, Dowitchers (Long-Billed and Short-Billed), Merlin, Peregrine Falcons, Orange-Crowned Warblers, Lincoln Sparrows.

See more images of birding and wildlife in Seattle Northcountry

(Pictured: Downy Woodpecker)

Mount Index/Skykomish River (Index)

Habitat: Index Cliff, a 400-foot granite wall, and nearby river and forestland

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Peregrine Falcons can be seen moving to and from their cliff side nests April-early August. Cliff swallows can also be seen from the base of the cliffs. Hooded Mergansers and Harlequin Ducks are often seen in the river

See more images of birding and wildlife on the Steven Pass Greenway

(Pictured: Harlequin Ducks)

Sooty Grouse mamma and chicks

Iron Goat Trail (Stevens Pass Greenway) 

(Discover Pass Required to park at trailhead)

Habitat: Alder wetlands, cedar and fir forest

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Western Tanager, Warbler (Wilson's, Yellow-Rumped, MacGillivray's, Orange-crowned and Townsend's, Thrush (Varied, Swainson's and Hermit), Grosbeak (Black-Headed and Evening), Chestnut-backed Chickadees, Sooty Grouse, Red Crossbill

See more images of birding and wildlife on the Steven Pass Greenway

(Pictured: Sooty Grouse - Freund's Photography)

Female Common Loon

Fish Lake (Near Lake Wenatchee)

(Fee to park at The Cove Resort)

Habitat: 500-acre lake, cattail marsh, mixed coniferous-deciduous forest

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Osprey, Wilson's Phalaropes, Red-Breasted Nuthatches, Common Yellow-Throats, Sharp-Shinned Hawks, Violet-Green Swallows, Brewer's Blackbirds, American Coots, Common Loons, Ring-necked ducks, Barrow's Goldeneyes

See more images of birding and wildlife on the Steven Pass Greenway

(Pictured: Common Loon - Freund's Photography)

Swiftwater Picnic Area (Tumwater Canyon, west of Leavenworth) 

(Northwest Forest Pass required)

Habitat: Tumwater Canyon and Wenatchee River

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Ospreys arrive in April and typically hatch two chicks at the end of May which remain in their nests for approximately two months. Males fish for the mom and chicks. Also look for American Dippers.

See more images of birding and wildlife near Leavenworth & the Cascade Foothills

(Pictured: Osprey)

Violet-Green Swallow

Leavenworth Fish Hatchery 

Habitat: Riparian and wetland sloughs, Icicle Creek, meadows with ponderosa pines, wildfire burn area

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Common Merganser, American Dipper, Swallow (Violet-Green, Tree, Bank, Barn, Cliff, and Northern Rough-Winged), Osprey, Bald Eagle, Western Tanager, Woodpecker (White-Headed, Pileated and Hairy), Red Crossbill, Red-Breasted Nuthatch, Rufous Hummingbird, Cassin's Finch, Swainson's Thrush, Gray Catbirds, Veery, Warbler (Yellow and Yellow-Rumped)

See more images of birding and wildlife near Leavenworth & the Cascade Foothills

(Pictured: Tree Swallow, Freund's Photography)

Cedar Waxwing eating spring berries

Waterfront Park (Leavenworth) 

Habitat: Wenatchee River, island, deciduous and ponderosa pine forest, shrubs

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Red-Breasted Nuthatch, Downy Woodpecker, Veery, Red-Eyed Vireo, Swainson's Thrush, Bullock's Oriole, Western Tanager, Yellow Warbler, Cedar Waxwing, Gray Catbird, Hummingbirds (Rufous and Calliope), Wood Duck, Osprey, Bald Eagle

See more images of birding and wildlife near Leavenworth & the Cascade Foothills

(Pictured: Cedar Waxwing - Freund's Photography)

Rock Wren near Confluence State Park

Confluence State Park (Wenatchee)

(Discover Pass Required)

Habitat: Riparian and wetland complex at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers

Bird Watching/Viewing 

220+ birds and species to view here!

Warbler (Yellow-Rumped, Orange-Crowned, Nashville and MacGillivray's), Rock Wren, Sparrow (Lincoln's White and Golden-Crowned), Wood Duck, Common Merganser, Wilson's Snipe, Gray Catbird, Bullock's Oriole, Common Loon, Yellow-Crowned Night Heron, Teal (Cinnamon and Green-Winged), Wigeon (American and Eurasion), Kingbird (Eastern and Western), Downy Woodpecker, Cedar Waxwing, Swallow (Violet-Green, Barn and Tree)

See more images of birding and wildlife in Wenatchee & the Columbia River Valley

(Pictured: Rock Wren)

Western Meadowlark

Entiat Wildlife Area: Swakane Canyon

Habitat: 19,200 shrub-steppe canyon with ponderosa pine, creek side deciduous foliage

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Western Wood-Pewee, Say's Phoebes, Kingbird (Eastern and Western), Brewer's Sparrow, Cassin's Finch, Western Meadowlark, Black-Billed Magpie, Mourning Dove, Golden Eagle, Chukar

See more images of birding and wildlife in Wenatchee & the Columbia River Valley

(Pictured: Western Meadowlark - Freund's Photography)

Bullock's Oriole

Entiat Park

Habitat: 16-acre park at confluence of the Entiat and Columbia Rivers with willows and cottonwoods

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Great Blue Heron, Belted Kingfisher, Spotted Sandpiper, Merganser (Common and Hooded), American Dipper, Bald Eagle, Osprey, Western Wood-Pewee, Bullock's Oriole, Cedar Waxwing

See more images of birding and wildlife in Wenatchee & the Columbia River Valley

(Pictured: Bullock's Oriole - Freund's Photography)

California Quail

Columbia Breaks Fire Interpretive Center

Habitat: 10-acres of sagebrush and ponderosa pine

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Western Tanagers, Bullock's Orioles, Spotted Towhees, Yellow-Rumped Warblers, Mountain Chickadees, Say's Phoebes, White-Crowned Sparrows, Western Kingbirds, Pine Siskins, Canyon Wrens, Steller's Jays, Black-Billed Magpies, California Quail, Bald and Golden Eagles.

See more images of birding and wildlife in Wenatchee & the Columbia River Valley

(Pictured: California Quail - Freund's Photography)

Great Horned Owl and nestling

Lake Chelan State Park 

Habitat: 127-acre park along lake with rocky shore and forested foothills

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Common Loons, Buffleheads, Grebe (Horned and Pied-billed), Bufflehead, White-Headed Woodpecker, Varied Thrush, Nuthatches (White and Red-Breasted), Spotted Towhee, Brown Creeper, Song Sparrow, Chickadee (Chestnut-backed and Mountain), Great Horned Owls

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Lake Chelan Valley

(Pictured: Great Horned Owl family - Freund's Photography)

Chelan Riverwalk Park 

Habitat: City park

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Eastern Kingbird, American Goldfinch, Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Swallow (Cliff, Barn, Tree and Violet-Green), Townsend's Solitaire, Common Loon, Belted Kingfisher, Grebe (Pied-Billed, Horned and Western)

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Lake Chelan Valley

(Pictured: Belted Kingfisher)

Ring-Necked Duck

Alta Lake State Park

Habitat: 180-acres lakeside, dry pine forest, high rock cliffs

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Duck (Ruddy, Ring-Necked and Wood), Scaups (Greater and Lesser), Bonaparte's, Gull (California and Glaucus-Winged), Flycatcher (Dusky and Hammond's), Western Wood-Pewees, Say's Phoebes, Kingbird (Eastern and Western), Cassin's Finches, California Quail, Hummingbird (Calliope and Rufous), Pygmy Nuthatches, Hairy Woodpeckers, Golden Eagles, White-Throated Swifts, Common Poorwills

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: Ring-Necked Duck - Freund's Photography)

Methow Valley Wildlife Area: Pipestone Canyon

Habitat: Mixed forest and 1-mile gorge

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Eagle (Golden and Bald), American Kestrel, Canyon Wren, Grouse (Sooty and Dusky), Swallow (Cliff and Violet-Green), White-Breasted Nuthatch, Nashville Warbler, Lazuli Bunting

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: Dusky Grouse)

Mac Lloyd Park

Habitat: 20-acre city park

Bird Watching/Viewing 

American Goldfinch, Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Violet-Green Swallow, Harlequin Duck, Pine Siskin

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: American Goldfinch)

Golden Eagle in flight

Pearrygin Lake State Park

Habitat: 962-acre park surrounding lake with sandy beaches, riparian eastern shoreline, dry, rolling land and ponderosa pine

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Eagle (Golden and Bald), Hawk (Red-Tailed, Red-Shouldered, Sharp-Shinned and Cooper's), Northern Harriers, Owl (Great Horned, Pygmy, Northern Saw-Whet and Screech), Warbler (Orange-Crowned, Wilson's and Yellow-Rumped), Yellow-Throats, Veery, American Redstart and Lazuli Bunting

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: Golden Eagle - Freund's Photography)

White Headed Woodpecker

Big Valley Wildlife Area

Habitat: 1164 acres of riparian area, deciduous and coniferous forest

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Lazuli Bunting, Wood Duck, Vireo (Red-Eyed and Warbling), Veery, Swainson's Thrushes, Cassin's Finches, Cedar Waxwings, Woodpecker (Downy, Hairy, Pileated and White-Headed), Sapsucker (Williamson's and Red-Naped), Swallow (Barn, Violet-Green, Tree and Northern Rough-Winged)

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: White Headed Woodpecker - Freund's Photography)

Tawlks-Foster Suspension Bridge

Habitat: Methow River, tree-sheltered shoreline

Bird Watching/Viewing 

American Redstart, Harlequin Duck, Hummingbird (Rufous and Calliope), Black-Headed Grosbeak, Cassin's Finch, Red Crossbill, Common Merganser, American Dipper, Nuthatch (Red-Breasted and White-Breasted), Mountain Chickadee, Dark-eyed Junco

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: Cassin's Finch)

Mazama Audubon Trails 

Habitat: 22 acres of giant cedars, beaver ponds and river. Privately owned but open to birders

ACCESS: From Hwy 20 at milepost 179.5 in Mazama, turn east onto Lost River Rd. Drive 2.5 miles. Turn left into lodge parking.

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Swainson's Thrush, Warbler (MacGillivray's and Townsend's), Vireo (Red-Eyed and Warbling), Veery, Ruffed Grouse, Red-Naped Sapsuckers, Woodpecker (Pileated, Downy and Hairy), Mountain Chickadee, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Brown Creeper, Pine Grosbeak

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: Downy Woodpecker)

Calliope Hummingbird

Klipchuck Campground

Habitat: Coniferous forest beside a creek

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Calliope Hummingbird, Warbler (Towsend's and MacGillivray's), Swainson's Thrush, Cassin's Vireo, Flycatcher (Dusky and Hammond's), Williamson's Sapsucker

(Pictured: Calliope Hummingbird - Freund's Photography)

Camp Robber

Washington Pass Overlook 

Habitat: Alpine, coniferous forest

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Clark's Nutcracker, Gray Jay, Pine Grosbeak, Red Crossbill, Red-naped Sapsucker, Chickadee (Mountain and Chestnut-backed), Brown Creeper, Dark-eyed Junco

See more images of birding and wildlife in the Methow Valley

(Pictured: Gray Jay who stole our almonds--we did NOT ask him to)

Varied Thrush

Rainy Pass Picnic Area

Habitat: Waterfalls, alpine forest

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Rufous Hummingbird, Fox Sparrow, Wilson's Warbler, Pine Siskin, Townsend's Solitaires, Thrush (Varied and Hermit)

See more images of birding and wildlife in the North Cascades

(Pictured: Varied Thrush - Freund's Photography)

Colonial Creek Campground

Habitat: Coniferous and riparian landscap

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Red-breasted Nuthatch, Thrush (Swainson's and Varied), Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Warbling Vireo, Western Tanager, Cliff Swallow, Hammond's Flycatcher, Pileated Woodpecker, Steller's Jay

See more images of birding and wildlife in the North Cascades

(Pictured: Yellow-Rumped Warbler)

Pileated Woodpecke

North Cascades National Park Visitor Center

Habitat: 6-mile forested site 

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Hammond's Flycatcher, Warbler (Townsend's and Wilson's), Red-Eyed Vireo, Black-Headed Grosbeak, Thrush (Swainson's and Varied), Sharp-shinned Hawk, Common Yellowthroat, American Redstart, Pileated Woodpecker, White-Crowned Sparrow, Winter Wrens, Kinglet (Golden-Crowned and Ruby-Crowned), American Dippers, Osprey

See more images of birding and wildlife in the North Cascades

(Pictured: Pileated Woodpecker - Freund's Photography)

Great Blue Heron hunting a meal

Marblemount Boat Launch

Habitat: 80 reparian acres along two rivers

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Bald Eagle, Common Yellowthroat, Tree Swallow, Spotted Sandpiper, Turkey Vulture, Belted Kingfisher, Great Blue Heron

See more images of birding and wildlife in the North Cascades

(Pictured: Great Blue Heron - Freund's Photography)

Bald eagles fighting over fish

Skagit River Bald Eagle Natural Area

Habitat: .3-mile river shoreline, Cottonwood trees and Douglas firs

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Bald Eagles

See more images of birding & wildlife in the Skagit Valley

(Pictured: Bald Eagle)

Common Merganser on the fly

Howard Miller Steelhead Park

Habitat: 83 acres along the river, meadow, maples, cottonwood, Douglas fir

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Ospreys, Red-Tailed Hawk, Red-Breasted Sapsucker, Rufous Hummingbird, Violet-Green Swallow, White-Crowned Sparrow, Common Yellowthroat, Belted Kingfisher, American Dipper, Common Merganser, Steller's Jay

See more images of birding & wildlife in the Skagit Valley

(Pictured: Common Merganser - Freund's Photography)

Juvenile Stellar's Jay

Rockport State Park

Habitat: 465 acres, old growth Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedars, Sitka Spruce, Western Hemlock

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Pacific-Slope Flycatcher, Warbler (Townsend's and MacGillivray's), Western Tanager, Red-Breasted Nuthatch, Brown Creeper, Golden-Crowned Kinglet, Thrush (Swainson and Varied), Pine Siskin, Steller's Jay, Winter Wren

(Pictured: Juvenile Stellar's Jay - Freund's Photography)

Common Goldeneye

Rasar State Park

Habitat: 128 acres along river, meadow, deciduous and coniferous forest

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Woodpecker (Pileated, Hairy and Downy), Chestnut-Backed Chickadee, Winter Wren, Belted Kingfisher, Red-Eyed Vireo, Thrush (Swainson's and Varied), Western Tanager, Black-headed Grosbeak, Flycatcher (Willow and Pacific-Slope), Warbler (Yellow-Rumped, Black-Throated, Gray and Wilson's), Bald Eagles, Common Goldeneye.

See more images of birding & wildlife in the Skagit Valley

(Pictured: Common Goldeneye - Freund's Photography)

Female American Wigeon

Bayview State Park

Habitat: Firs, gravel beaches, salt marsh, mud flats, offshore eelgrass beds

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Brant, Northern Pintail, Wigeon (American and Eurasian), Scaups (Greater and Lesser), Ducks (Long-Tailed and Harlequin), Green-Winged Teal, Grebe (Horned, Western and Red-Necked), Loon (Common, Pacific and Red-throated), Marsh Dwelling Green Heron, Dunlin, Yellowlegs (Greater and Lesser), Sanderling, Western Sandpiper, Peregrine Falcon

(Pictured: Female American Wigeon - Freund's Photography

Surf Scoter

Washington Park

Habitat: Cedar, Fir, Madrone forest, grassy bluffs, boulder-strewn coastline

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Marbled Murrelet, Pigon Guillemot, Common Loon, Grebe (Red-Necked and Western), Cormorant (Double-Crested and Pelagic), Brant, Surf Scoters, Hooded Merganser, Harlequin Duck, Rhinoceros Auklet, Black Oystercatcher, Bald Eagle, Brown Creeper, Red-Breasted Nuthatch, Golden-Crowned Kinglet, Bushtit, Woodpecker (Down, Hairy and Pileated)

See more images of birding & wildlife in the Skagit Valley

(Pictured: Surf Scoter - Freund's Photography)

Anna's Hummingbird belly

Deception Pass State Park

Habitat: Marine waters, rocky promontory, coniferous forest

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Swallow (Violet-Green and Barn), Brant, Marbled Murrelet, Loon (Common and Red-Throated), Harlequin Ducks, Bufflehead, Hooded Merganser, Grebe (Western and Red-Necked), Sparrow (White-Crowned and Golden-Crowned), Bald Eagle, Cormorant (Double-Crested and Pelagic), Anna's Hummingbird

See more images of birding & wildlife in the Skagit Valley

(Pictured: Anna's Hummingbird - Freund's Photography)


La Conner Mt Vernon

Skagit Wildlife Headquarters

Habitat: 2,400 acres of tideland marsh, fields

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Snow Geese, Swan (Trumpeter and Tundra), Sparrow (Golden-Crowned and Lincoln's), Greater Yellowlegs, Wren (Marsh and Bewick's), White-Crowned Sparrow, Rufous Hummingbird, Tree Swallow, Osprey, Bald Eagle, Hawk (Red-Tailed and Rough-Legged), Short-Eared Owl

See more images of birding & wildlife in the Skagit Valley

(Pictured: Trumpeter Swan)

Skagit Wildlife Area: Fir Island Farm/Hayton Reserve

Habitat: 11,000-acre refuge with agricultural and riparian lands diked-off from driftwood-covered mud flats

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Peregrine Falcon, Dunlin, Black-Bellied Plover, Owl (Barn and Great Horned), Swan (Trumpeter and Tundra), Snow Geese, American Wigeons

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(Pictured: Snow Geese)

Skagit Wildlife Area: Big Ditch

Habitat: 111 acres of diked agricultural fields, mud flats, deciduous trees and shrubs on remnant delta

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Swan (Trumpeter and Tundra), Snow Geese, Dunlin, Greater Yellowlegs, Peregrine Falcon, Bald Eagle, American Kestrel, Northern Harrier, Northern Pintail, Snowy Owl

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(Pictured: Tundra Swan)

Deception Pass State Park

Habitat: Old growth forest, wetland, rocky/sandy shore, lakes, tide pools

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Loons, grebes, murrelets, other waterfowl, eagles, kingfishers, warblers, swallows.

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(Pictured: Bonaparte's Gull)



Northern Flicker

Fort Ebey State Park

Discover Pass required

Habitat: Second growth forest, thickets, lake, high bluff, beach.

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Seabirds and waterfowl, kingfisher, crossbill, woodpeckers, other forest birds including nuthatch, creeper, kinglets.

See more images of birding & wildlife on Whidbey Island

(Pictured: Northern Flicker - Freund's Photography)

Juvenile Lesser Scaup

Penn Cove, Coupeville Wharf

Habitat: Large saltwater cove.

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Kingfisher, Great Blue Herons Loon, Goldeneye, Bufflehead, Scaup, Pigeon Guillemot

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(Pictured: Juvenile Lesser Scaup - Freund's Photography)


Pied-Billed Grebe with snack

Fort Casey State Park 

Discover Pass required

Habitat: Rocky beach, forest.

Bird Watching/Viewing 

Loon, Grebe, Auklet, Guillemot, Merganser, Gull, Great Horned Owl, Chickadee, Nuthatch, Creeper, Winter Wren, Warbler

(Pictured: Pied-Billed Grebe - Freund's Photography)


 

Swan Lake, Joseph Whidbey State Park

Discover Pass required

Habitat: Rocky/sandy beach, freshwater lake, cattail marsh. 

Bird Watching/Viewing

Eagles, Harriers, wading birds, Loons, Grebes, Harlequin ducks, Dabbling ducks, Oystercatchers, Yellowthroats, Marsh Wrens.

See more images of birding & wildlife on Whidbey Island

(Pictured: Oystercatcher)

Red-winged Blackbird on Cattails

Greenbank Farm

Habitat: Open grassland, cattail marsh, farm pond, viewing platform. 

Bird Watching/Viewing

Harrier, Bald Eagle, Red-Tailed Hawk, Yellowthroat, Marsh Wren, Red-Winged Blackbird, Swallows, Great Blue Heron, and other waterfowl

See more images of birding & wildlife on Whidbey Island

(Pictured: Red-winged Blackbird - Freund's Photography)

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