|Selkirks and the Northeast|
|The Selkirk Mountains, a spur of the Canadian Rockies, just reach into Washington in the extreme Northeast corner of the state. These mountains, as well as the Kettle Range just to the west, are an excellent area to look for boreal species. The river valleys in this region (Sanpoil, Kettle and Columbia) hold rich, riparian habitat. More from Birdweb.|
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A portion of the Palouse to Pines trail lies in this region.
Spokane Audubon has local birding information.
The Pend Oreille River Tourism Alliance has a map of birding spots that includes some of the sites above and many more.