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[ Bird Watching on the Olympic Peninsula ]
The North Olympic Peninsula offers exceptional bird watching year round. Our mild winter supports large numbers of ocean birds, including waterfowl. Spring and fall are migration times and offer great diversity in species. Summer residents are numerous and varied due to the diversity of habitat - from rain forest to tidelands.

1. Gardiner Beach, east of Diamond Point
2. John Wayne Marina and Sequim Bay State Park
3. Dungeness Bay, at Three Crabs Restaurant
4. East of the Three Crabs Restaurant
5. Dungeness Recreation area is ideal with open, dry grass and shrubs
6. Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, on the Dungeness Spit
7. Sequim's Railroad Bridge Park

8. Olympic National Forest

9. Olympic National park, at Hurricane Ridge
10. Ediz Hook, in Port Angeles

11. Drive to Neah Bay from Port Angeles on Highways 101 and 112