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Eagle's Pride Bird Walk

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Join us on a bird walk through Eagle's Pride Golf Course every 3rd Thursday of the month.

The starting point is Bldg #1514, Driving Range, I-5 exit 116/Mounts Road exit.

Base clearance is not needed. For more information call the bird walk lead/organizer at: 253-843-0663.

When: 3rd Thursday of the month

Time: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

Pre-registration is not required. Just show up!

Did you know Eagle's Pride Golf Course is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary?
Eagle's Pride GC is not a small birding site: it consists of about 540 acres including the three 9-hole layouts. Of the acreage, about 60% is forest or undeveloped land. It's a very spread-out area, and our birdwalk takes us along a 3.2-mile trek, crossing or paralleling just a few holes of the course. The habitat is mixed, with Douglas-fir, Garry oak, and vine and big-leaf maples predominating the overstory, with an understory typical of Northwest forests. It's a nice place to bird for forest and edge species.