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Spring From 2 And please don’t forget that once the earth turns green for spring, the grass turns green for the greens. Get in that spring golf came at one of several golf courses throughout the area. Grab a camera and hear the call of the wild and the birds. Okanogan Country is full of feathered friends of multiple varieties. From waterfowl to raptors, birds flock to this country. Bird lovers can try their skills in photographing and viewing them in various bird counts or special observation days.

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Fresh-baked bread, such as this from Okanogan Bakery, can be seen at farmers’ markets throughout the region, most of A group of hikers stops to wave to the camera on Ferry County’s rail trail. which open during the spring.

Handler Lynsey Bassen keeps rough-legged hawk Dalton in check at the Chelan Ridge Hawk Festival. Page 4 – Okanogan Country Vacationland 2012-2013

Roaring water rushes over Enloe Dam on the Similkameen River, west of Oroville. www.OkanoganVacation.com

Vacationland  

Your complete guide to visiting Okanogan Country, which includes Okanogan and Ferry counties in North-Central Washington.

Vacationland  

Your complete guide to visiting Okanogan Country, which includes Okanogan and Ferry counties in North-Central Washington.

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