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Join the Vancouver Audubon on a birding trip to Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge. The NWR was established in 1964 and occupies over 6,500 acres of meadows, marshes, and woodlands in a high basin south of Glenwood. This all-day trip will give you the opportunity to explore portions of Conboy NWR looking for spring arrivals, migrants, and some of the eastern specific species. Enjoy birds in a variety of habitats that the refuge has to offer. Plan on some easy hiking, dress for the weather, and drink plenty of water.
Carpool leaves from Camas/Washougal Marina Parking Lot at 7:15am. Offer your driver some money for gas.
It is important that you sign up with an e-mail address or phone number so that you can be contacted in case of cancelation or changes to the trip.
Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge
100 Wildlife Refuge Rd
Glenwood, WA 98619
Event Sponsor Vancouver Audubon