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Our Mission: The mission of the Oregon Birding Association is to further
knowledge, education, enjoyment and science about birds and birding in Oregon

Latest News

OBA Annual Meeting June 1-2, 2019

Join us for some urban birding in Portland!  Keynote speaker Nathan Pieplow, author of Peterson Field Guide to Bird Sounds of Western North America.  Details to be announced later this winter.

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Field Trips

Birding trips for OBA members are led by experienced birders at locations all around Oregon. Learn more about OBA field trips.

OBA on Instagram

Share your photos by emailing them to, or tagging us @oregonbirding in your Instagram post.

Go Birding in Oregon

Checklist of Oregon Birds

Official one-page checklist maintained by the Oregon Bird Records Committee

Also available as an alphabetical checklist.

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Birding Locations

Oregon Birding Trails, to guide you through Oregon’s diverse landscapes.

Instructions for birding by county at over 1,000 locations within Oregon.

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Site maps for Luckiamute Natural Area and Fern Ridge Network.

Map of Oregon that identifies and describes the state’s ecoregions.

Oregon Birders OnLine (OBOL)

OBOL is a listserv dedicated to birding in Oregon, including rare bird alerts, species locations, and upcoming events.  All are welcome to subscribe and participate in sightings and discussions.


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Join OBA

Membership in OBA brings you:
  • Oregon Birds, OBA’s biannual journal with news updates, status and identification of Oregon’s birds, stories about birding, and photos of rare Oregon birds.
  • Annual Meetings held at some of Oregon’s top birding spots include keynote speakers and local birding.
  • Field Trips for OBA members led by expert birders at locations all around Oregon.
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Fund for Ornithology

OBA is pleased to announce grants of up to $1,000 each for projects that further knowledge, education, enjoyment and science about birds and birding in Oregon.  Learn about recent awards or apply for a grant.

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Oregon Birds Journal

Oregon Birds is published twice a year and mailed to OBA members.  The spring issue has statewide bird sightings and photos of rare birds. The fall issue features articles on birds and birding in Oregon.

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Oregon Birding Association
PO Box 675
Lincoln City, OR 97367-0675