The Washington Ornithological Society was chartered in 1988 to increase knowledge of the birds of Washington and to enhance communication among all persons interested in those birds.
Our next conference will be in Astoria together with the Oregon Birding Association (OBA), Sept. 10-14, 2020. Complete information will be in WOSNews and on the website in April and registration begins on Sunday, June 28th.
Review the WOS highlights for 2019. Mike Denny remembers Ken Knittle and his unique personality. Jon Houghton tells an exciting tale of chasing down shorebird rarities in horrendous weather on Washington’s coast. Ryan Merrill has two installments of Field Notes for 2018. Read all about it in the latest WOS newsletter!
WOSNews Issue 184 is available at: WOSNews 184
The WBRC’s main annual meeting normally occurs in October. Here are the decisions the committee made October 19, 2019 to accept, not accept or table reports of sightings of review species in the state.
WOS members who live outside the Seattle area can still attend WOS’s fabulous monthly meeting programs, using a computer, laptop, tablet or phone! Go to WOS’s Monthly Meetings page for more information. It’s easy!
* For WOS Members only
- March 2, 2020 7:00 pmKaeli Swift: "Something to Crow About"
- February 29, 2020 7:30 amClark County Late Winter Search with Randy Hill
- March 29, 2020Mason County in the Spring with Matt Bartels
- April 25, 2020Yakima Training Center Shrub-Steppe with Andy and Ellen Stepniewski
- April 14, 2020Olympic Birdfest San Juan Cruise
- April 17, 2020Olympic Birdfest
- April 19, 2020Olympic Birdfest Neah Bay Extension