#63271: Birders on the Coulee Corridor

The Coulee Corridor is on a 'flyway,' literally a travel corridor for migrating birds heading north in the spring and south in the fall. It also offers nesting habitats for many species that are rare or impossible to find in other parts of Washington. Couple these facts with the 300 days of sunshine annually and birders flock to the Coulee Corridor year round.

Related Locations