Birding, Blues and Bed and Breakfast Accommodations on the Oregon Coast

Pacific City, Ore.— The seventh annual Birding and Blues Festival returns to Pacific City, the Nestucca Bay National Refuge, and numerous top birding locales in the area April 8-10.

Start your Oregon Coast birdwatching getaway at a Pacific City Bed and Breakfast of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.  Our innkeepers are committed to providing luxurious accommodations while promoting Oregon Geotourism opportunities such as this event.

The Craftsman Bed and BreakfastThe Craftsman B&B ~ Winner, Best of the West, in The Best of Awards 2009 - 2010! Winner, Best Historic Renovation by! Our newly renovated 1920's craftsman style house features four guest rooms with period-inspired design and decor, queen beds and private baths. No lace or doilies here.
Sandlake Country Inn

Sandlake Country Inn ~ Voted "MOST ROMANTIC HIDEAWAY" by Inn Traveler Magazine! Sandlake Country Inn offers luxury and privacy rarely found. 4 Romantic rooms, most with double whirlpool & Jacuzzi tubs and all with fireplaces and private decks. Breakfast is delivered to your door

Eagle's View Bed and BreakfastEagle's View B&B ~ Breathe deeply of the fresh, stress-free air at this quiet secluded Oregon Coast Bed and Breakfast nestled on a hillside overlooking the beautiful Nestucca Bay & Little Nestucca River. The views from the four-acre paradise are breathtaking.

The event features three days of presentations.  Great opportunities include a chance to test your birding knowledge with “The Great American Bird Quiz,” learn about shorebirds,  and find out the challenges facing the Swainson’s Hawk.

In the evening, birders can exchange their binoculars for their dancing shoes as two popular bands hit the stage at Kiawanda Community Center. Local favorite Donna Jose and the Side Effects play their brand of the blues while Portland-based Kolvane will bring their “rollicking style” of blues/rock to Birding and Blues on Saturday night.
Participants can get more information or register now at

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