Nothing brings out the life of Spring quite like the sounds of birds chirping. Waking up to the sun and a song from a flying friendly can be the best start to any day, and for those in the Sequim area, the day is about to get a whole lot better. The Olympic Birdfest is here, and everyone is getting a good long look at these gorgeous creatures. There’s something for everyone during this celebration, even for those night owls.

Patrick Hutchison of Seattle Magazine writes:

WHERE: Sequim, Washington.

WHY: For the Olympic BirdFest with the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society (3/30–4/1; times and prices vary. Dungeness River Audubon Society, 2151 W Hendrickson Road; 360.681.4076; olympicbirdfest.org). The annual celebration offers beginner and advanced birders the chance to search for such fine feathered friends as the yellow-rumped warbler and the elusive marbled godwit, plus classes and guided walks—including late-night “owl prowls.”

To read more about the Olympic BirdFest click here for the full Seattle Magazine article.

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