[Tweeters] Snohomish Cty birding recommendations?

Jane Hadley hadleyj1725 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 9 12:29:09 PDT 2017


Dee Warnock asks for recommendations of places to bird primarily in
western Snohomish County from the middle of the county southward.

The 613-page book "A Birder's Guide to Washington, Second Edition",
which describes the best locations for birding throughout the state, is
now online and free for all to consult. http://wabirdguide.org

Probably the main reason the guide (published in August 2015) has been
put online is so that it can be kept updated with the latest information
from all birders about birding spots mentioned in the book. Birders can
both get and give updated information at this website.

Dee, to get suggestions for the Snohomish County areas you're interested
in, go to: http://wabirdguide.org/snoqualmie-valley-to-everett/

Scroll about halfway down to the subsection called "Snohomish Flats" and
read down from there. Other subsections are Everett Sewage Treatment
Ponds, Spencer Island, Everett Waterfront, and Tulalip Bay.

And if, after you've birded any of these sites, you discover anything
other birders would be interested to know, be sure to post a comment on
this Snoqualmie Valley to Everett section of the website!

And good birding!

Jane Hadley
Seattle, WA



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> A friend and I would like to head out for a day of birding this weekend and are looking for recommendations of places primarily west half, and south-to-mid Snohomish County that don't require too much strenuous hiking (weak knee) or too remote. Can walk and mild up and down for several miles is okay. Just looking for pleasant day where good chance to see variety, if possible, with a safe place to leave the car. Of course we know no guarantees possible! Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!

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> Dee Warnock

> Edmonds


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