Bird & Eagle Watching on the Kitsap Peninsula

The Kitsap Peninsula region offers birders and nature lovers many locations to view birds and other wildlife in their natural habitat all year round, including soaring eagles along our 371 miles of the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails shoreline. Read our blog to find out why winter is a great time to go birding on the Kitsap Peninsula. (Photo shown courtesy - Don Willott) 

Also check out a pdf of our Kitsap Peninsula Bird List by Habitat.

Following is information about local and state organizations and Quick Links to resources and articles. If you have birding news you'd like to share, please send your comments and ideas to .

The Kitsap Audubon Society website offers a wealth of information about local birding locations, activities and events. Click here to view/download a PDF of the comprehensive list of local birds species. Click to view/download a PDF of the KAS list of popular Kitsap birding locations.

The Washington State Audubon Society Puget Sound Loop includes official locations on the Kitsap Peninsula and other viewing locations.

Click here to view a PDF of the Puget Sound Loop Map.

Below are a list of official viewing stops other nearby viewing locations.


#32 - Hansville
: Point No Point - Kitsap County Park Wetland Trail - Other nearby locations: Norwegian Point Park, Buck Lake
#30 - Poulsbo: Liberty Bay - Oyster Plant Park, Liberty Bay Park-American Legion Park and Fish Park
#31 - Bainbridge Island: Fort Ward Park
Other nearby locations: Schel-Chelb Estuary
#26 - Key Peninsula: Penrose Point State Park
#27 - Port Orchard: - Sinclair Inlet - Viewing at Port Orchard Marina & Waterfront Park - Other nearby locations: Annapolis Ferry Dock, Port of Waterman Pier
#28 - Bremerton: City of Bremerton's Lions Park
Other nearby locations: Evergreen Rotary Park, Lower Rota Vista Park

#29 - Silverdale: Old Mill Park-Clear Creek Trail County Park, Clear Creek Meadows

QUICK LINKS to BIRDING RESOURCES & ARTICLES
KAS - Kitsap Audubon Society