Birdwatching & Wildlife Viewing
Okanogan Country is part of the North American Pacific Flyway for migrating birds making bird watching opportunities for song birds, game birds, water birds and raptors legion.
Birders of all levels from novices to the professional can find a truly delightful experience in Okanogan Country. We have a wide diversity in landscape and climate that attracts birds to our area. Our numerous lakes and rivers attract waterfowl and shorebirds. The high deserts and alpine meadows attract a variety of songbirds and upland birds. So whatever type of birding you like, Okanogan Country has it for you. With hundreds of species of indigenous and migratory birds, bird watching can be very rewarding. To learn more about Washington birdwatching opportunities, take a look at some of the locations below.
Beth Lake Campground
Methow Trails Suspension Bridge
Sinlahekin and Blue Lake Natural Area
Twisp Ponds Discovery Walk
Okangan Country is a premier destination for Washington birdwatching. If you plan to visit some of the locations listed above, take a look at our Map of Okangan County, Washington. Whether you're interested in winter birdwatching in the high alpines, or simply interested in local birdwatching opportunities within close proximity to your hotel, there is adventure our there for everyone.