• Goose Landing Park

    On the east end of downtown Thompson Falls.
    Swan — Late Fall through Early Spring
    Canadian Geese – Spring through Fall
    Mergansers – Spring through Fall
    Hooded Mergansers – Spring and Fall
    White Pelicans – Summer on occasion (rarely seen)
    Various ducks – Throughout year

  • PPL Island Park

    From Main Street/Hwy 200 go south on Gallatin Street
    Osprey
    Geese
    Waterfowl
    Upland Birds

  • First Meadow Area

    West of town past Les Schwab The owner feeds wild turkeys and are often seen in early mornings

  • Prospect Creek Bridge

    Go up Prospect Creek until you see a bridge on the right crossing Prospect Creek. (About 3 miles.)A flock of Waxwings hang around there. Other upland birds.

  • Meadows by Elks Club

    East of Thompson Falls
    Bluebirds
    Open meadow birds

  • Little Beaver Creek Road

    West on Hwy 200 about 6 miles. Drive up Little Beaver Creek Road until you hit Beaver Creek Road. (Also good for deer in the evening)
    Hawks
    Eagles
    Osprey
    Bluebirds
    Open meadow birds
    Woodland birds

  • Finley Flats

    West on Hwy 200 until you see a filling station/bait store on right. Follow gravel road on right of station down to river. This is a great place for picnics, boating or
    camping.
    Eagles
    Osprey
    Gulls
    Water birds
    Waders

  • Flat Iron Boat Launch

    West of town.
    Eagles
    Osprey
    Waterfowl

  • Meadow above the Forest Service office

    Follow signs up the hill to Forest Service in Thompson Falls. Go past Forest Service to open hay fields.
    Hawks
    Open meadow birds

      These are a list of the birds commonly seen in the region. By no means is it a complete list.