Oregon Cascades Birding Trail Sponsors

The Oregon Birding Trails Advisory Board wishes to thank all the financial contributors to the Oregon Cascades Birding Trail. This broad spectrum of support allowed us to develop a model inaugural project that will be replicated across the state. Please support these businesses and organizations in whatever way you can. Learn more about them by clicking the links below and then visiting their respective web sites for further details.

Bald Eagle Title Sponsors
$20,000 minimum contribution


Clark's Nutcracker Sponsors
$5,000 minimum contribution

Clackamas County Tourism Development Council
Hood River County Chamber of Commerce
Klamath County Tourism
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District
U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office, Wildlife Program
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 1, Migratory Bird Program
U.S. Forest Service, Region 6


White-headed Woodpecker Sponsors
$2,500 minimum contribution

Crystalwood Lodge, Mt. McLoughlin Loop East Portal Site
Nancy Fraser, in memory of Wilma and Rhoderic Fraser
Metolius Recreation Association
Oregon Tourism Commission
Wayfarer Resort, Sisters Loop West Portal Site


Hermit Warbler Site Sponsors
$1,000 minimum contribution

Cascade Natural Gas
Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area
Convention and Visitors’ Association of Lane County Oregon
Deschutes National Forest
Mt Hood National Forest
Oregon Field Ornithologists
Radeke Brewing Company
Running Y Resort
Wild Birds Unlimited, Bend
Willamette National Forest


Photographic Contributors

Kris Falco, Horsewings, Sisters, OR
Paradise Birding, Sisters, OR
Terry Steele Photography, Corvallis, OR
Kevin Smith Photography, Crooked River Ranch, OR
VIREO (Visual Resources for Ornithology), The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA


Graphic and Web Design

In House Graphics, 1496 Commercial St NE Salem OR 97303, (503) 364-5243
American Bird Conservancy, Gavin Shire

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