Stretching from Bering Strait off the coast of Alaska to the southernmost tip of South America, the Pacific Flyway ranks as one of the greatest migratory pathways in the world. Millions of birds representing hundreds of species use this great avian highway each year, and nowhere is this abundance of wildlife more accessible than right here in Butte County.
Whether you’re an avid birder following your own migration or a beginning birder who doesn’t know a blue jay from a sparrow, we know you’ll have a great time spotting birds wherever you visit in Butte County. You can also find great resources for all who want to bird in Butte County from our friends at the Altacal Audubon Society. Make it a birding weekend by staying at one of Butte County's great lodging properties.
Between birding adventures, explore the great outdoors, grab a delicious meal, or start your holiday shopping. Whatever your adventure, we hope you take a minute to search the skies during this great migration.