Duane Hymas spotted a
meadowlark at the Ridgefield
National Wildlife Refuge.
Click on picture to go to RNWR.
More and more people of all ages are participating in this pastime. Bird-watching has become one of this area's most enjoyable events. The Lewis River area is fortunate to have a huge diversity of local birds, as well as those just migrating through. People living in the area can view birds in their own back yards. The Woodland Bottoms, an area just west of town, is a great place to spot all kinds of water birds, hawks, eagles, swallows, finches, and many other species. Traveling up the Lewis River, noticeable changes in the kinds of birds sited occur. Some birds stay at the higher elevations of the foothills. Bring your binoculars and enjoy.

and Bluegrass Festival in
Ridgefield, WA

October 9-10, 2010
Click here for a flyer.

Click here to go to Remnant Farms Feed and Supply
Click above to go to Remnant Farms Feed & Supply

Planning the SW Washington Route of the Great
Washington State Birding Trail - Click Here

Click here for Ridgefield BirdFest Marketplace.
Click above for Ridgefield BirdFest Marketplace.


Click here to go to the Ridgefield BirdFest
Click above to go to the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

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