144 different species of birds viewed in the Snake River Canyons Park. Bird watching is one of the most enjoyable activities in the world. Whether you’re an experienced birder or just getting started, there are a few tips that can help make your experience even more satisfying.
First and foremost, make sure you come prepared with all the right gear. Binoculars are essential for any bird watcher, as they allow you to get a better view of birds that may be far away. A field guide is also important, as it will help identify different birds that you may come across while out in the field.
When choosing a spot to watch birds from, look for areas that have plenty of trees or foliage; this will give you a better chance at spotting various species of birds. Also, if possible try to get higher up in order to get a better view; hilltops or tall buildings are great for this purpose.
Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather; depending on where you live this could mean anything from warm weather attire to heavier winter coats and gloves. Additionally, it’s always good practice to wear bright colors so other people know where you are and don't disturb your bird-watching session unintentionally.
Finally, don't forget to bring along some snacks and drinks! Bird watching often requires patience; set aside sufficient time and allow yourself plenty of breaks throughout your bird-watching trip so you can take in all the beautiful sights around you in comfort and enjoy your experience fully!
Birds in the Area:
|E. Collored Dove|
|A. Whte Pelican|
|Great Blue Heron|
|Black-crowned Night Heron|
|Great Horned Owl|
|N. Rough-winged Swallow|