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Maps

These Great Washington State Birding Trail maps are published by Audubon Washington and feature original art by Ed Newbold on the cover and along the route of the map.

The Great Washington State Birding Trail Maps were made possible by the many dedicated Birding Trail volunteers, and funders: National Forest Foundation; US Forest Service; Washington State Tourism; Parks and Recreation Commission; departments of Fish and Wildlife; Transportation; and Community, Trade and Economic Development; Grays Harbor and Mason Counties; the Cities of Aberdeen, Forks, Ocean Shores, Olympia, and Tumwater; Clallam Bay and Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Sequim Marketing Action Committee; North Olympic Peninsula Convention and Visitors Bureau; and individual contributors.

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The Puget Loop features 220 of our 346 annually recorded bird species around the Sound from Seattle to Mt. Rainier, plus Lake Washington, Kitsap Peninsula; and Vashon, Bainbridge, Whidbey and San Juan islands. Read more
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The Sun and Sage Loop features more than 200 of Washington’s 346 annually recorded bird species.  Read more
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The Southwest Loop of the Washington Birding Trail features 270 of Washington’s 346 annually recorded bird species. Read more
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The Cascade Loop features 225 of Washington's 346 annually recorded bird species. Read more
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The Palouse to Pines Loop features 215 of Washington’s 346 annually recorded bird species. Read more
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The Olympic Loop features more than 200 of Washington’s 346 annually recorded bird species. Read more