The Great Washington State Birding Trail

Find the best places for the best bird watching in the Evergreen State

Along the Great Washington State Birding Trail, you’ll find the best places for the best bird watching in the Evergreen State. Described in full-color maps with original artwork by Ed Newbold, birds are identified along seven routes, plus descriptions of habitat, access, and when to go.

An overview of each map is available below.

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Routes Along the Great Washington State Birding Trail

Cascade Loop
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Cascade Loop

Trumpeter Swan, White-throated Swift, Lazuli Bunting...

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Coulee Corridor
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Coulee Corridor

Snowy Owl, Swainson's Hawk, Loggerhead Shrike...

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Olympic Loop
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Olympic Loop

Tufted Puffin, Sooty Grouse, Marbled Murrelet...

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Palouse to Pines Loop
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Palouse to Pines Loop

Boreal Owls, Pygmy Nuthatches, Black-chinned Hummingbirds...

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Puget Loop
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Puget Loop

Bald Eagle, Pacific Wren, Pigeon Guillemots...

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Southwest Loop
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Southwest Loop

Black Turnstone, Snowy Plover, Red Knot...

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Sun and Sage Loop
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Sun and Sage Loop

Western Meadowlark, Black-crowned Night-Heron, Lewis's Woodpecker...

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Related

What Is a Birding Trail?
Birds

What Is a Birding Trail?

Follow the trail to see Washington's birds!

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Great Washington State Birding Trail App
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Great Washington State Birding Trail App

Available for iPhone and Android

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