Birdwatching at Sewage Ponds
View Related Episode: Sea Lion Study, Elk Rock in Willamette River, Sewage Ponds of Portland
Birdwatchers have long known that wastewater treatment plants can be prime sites for viewing migrating and wintering waterfowl. The nutrient-rich waters of the treatment ponds provide ideal habitat for dozens of species. At a facility near Nahalem, Bill Tice shows us what attracts both birds and birders to these areas.
First Broadcast: 1999
Producer: Eric Cain
Appeared in episode: Sea Lion Study, Elk Rock in Willamette River, Sewage Ponds of Portland
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