The seventh and last in the series of Washington birding trails opens today. According to the North Kitsap Herald, the Puget Sound Loop of the Great Washington Birding Trail will open with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the annual meeting of the Washington Audubon this evening in Poulsbo.
This last trail in the state's series features more than 50 recommended birding sites stretching from Puget Sound and Kitsap Peninsula to Mt. Rainier, Lake Washington and the San Juan Islands. More than 200 different bird species have been recorded in the area covered by this one trail.
What are your best places to find fall birds, in Washington or elsewhere? Share your best birding hotspots in the comments!
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