Birding locations in and around Walla Walla:

Local Birding Locations:

Arthur G. Rempel Natural Area
https://blumtn.org/natural-area-map/

Bennington Lake Trail Map and Rooks Park   https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/bennington-lake

Mill Creek Trail
https://www.hikingproject.com/trail/7051374/mill-creek-recreation-trail

Walla Walla River Delta
https://wallawalla.org/things-to-do/parks-outdoor-recreation/walla-walla-river-delta/

Birding Hotspots within an hour drive of Walla Walla
https://www.whitman.edu/biology/Birding.html

McNary Wildlife Refuge
https://www.fws.gov/refuge/mcnary

Washington State Birding Trail — Sun and Sage Loop
https://wa.audubon.org/sites/default/files/sun_sage_booklet_8_7_2012.pdf

Walla Walla City Parks
https://www.wallawallawa.gov/government/parks-and-recreation/parks

Recommended Birding Apps:

Merlin Bird ID  https://merlin.allaboutbirds.org/

iBird Ultimate  https://appadvice.com/app/ibird-ultimate-guide-to-birds/872771050

George Jameson sent this:

Here is a link to a simple map indicating some of the birding areas around Walla Walla. You can pull it up on your phone as you are out wandering about. It is all done with Google Maps

https://tinyurl.com/4y9jbev3

Bennington Lake
Courtesy photo from wta.org

3 thoughts on “Birding locations in and around Walla Walla:

  1. George Jameson

    Good information – thanks for the post –
    Here is a link to a simple map indicating some of the birding areas around Walla Walla. This was done in a hurry to see if it is useful to anyone. You can pull it up on your phone as you are out wandering about. It is all done with Google Maps

    https://tinyurl.com/4y9jbev3

    Let me know if any interest – more locations and descriptions can easily be added

  2. Michelle Donaldson

    Is there a birding group in the Walla Walla area? I’m new from the West side and would like to go with some people who know about the birds on this side of the mountains.

    1. Blue Mountain Audubon Post author

      Hi Michelle,
      so sorry it has taken this long to respond. I have been out of town. Yes, indeed we have our biridng group, Blue Mountain Audubon. You are most welcome to join any of our activities and join our group! Please see on this website that we have weekly bird walks at Bennington Lake (just outside the town), monthly meetings and monthly field trips. Hope to see you soon. Kathryn Howard

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