Field Trips2022-02-24T13:27:52-08:00

Field Trips

Guidelines: Field trips and bird walks are free* and open to the public. Beginners and newcomers are welcome. Dates and times are subject to change. Bring your own food and water. Binoculars and field guides are very useful. Carpooling is encouraged, and passengers should share expenses for fuel. Prepare and dress for the climate and the day’s weather forecast. Wear sturdy shoes and expect some walking on most trips. Rogue Valley Audubon birding events will take place rain or shine except in case of dangerous conditions such as unsafe roads or extremely high winds. Cancellations or postponements will be posted on this website as early as possible. On the day of your field trip, check this site for updates. Contact the field trip leader if you have questions about a specific trip. Dogs are not allowed on bird walks or field trips.

*Some special fundraising field trips and birding events will have modest donation requests or fees.  This will be noted in the event description.

Field Trip Reports: Recent field trip and related reports appear below.

Upcoming Field Trips:

december

17decAll DayMedford Christmas Bird Count

18decAll DayAshland Christmas Bird Count

january

04jan8:30 am10:30 amFirst Wednesday Bird Walk

february

01feb8:30 am10:30 amFirst Wednesday Bird Walk

04feb9:00 am12:00 pmRVAS February birdwalk



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december

07dec8:30 am10:30 amFirst Wednesday Bird Walk

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Ashland CBC Data 2017-2021

Interpreting these numbers should be done with caution, and requires considerable care and allowing for a number of variables. These include the effort put forth to find and count the birds. The number of observers and parties, the effort in hours and miles traveled, and in some cases the experience and skill of observers can affect numbers of birds recorded.
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Medford CBC Data 2017-2021

Interpreting these numbers should be done with caution, and requires considerable care and allowing for a number of variables. These include the effort put forth to find and count the birds. The number of observers and parties, the effort in hours and miles traveled, and in some cases the experience and skill of observers can affect numbers of birds recorded.
Select the desired species below and hit the update button