Can you identify most Oregon bird species by song? If so, the Breeding Bird Survey would be grateful for a couple days of your time this year, between late May and early July. No volunteer-based national bird survey has provided more data crucial to bird conservation as has the BBS, which has been going for over 50 years, and yet here in Oregon we've always had difficulty finding enough volunteers to cover all the specified routes.
Doing a route is easy. First you select one or more of the available driving routes (see link below). Each has 50 stops spaced a half-mile apart, and most routes follow rural roads. Starting before sunrise, you listen for 3 minutes at each stop and record on a data form what you hear or see. If you don't live near one of the 32 routes that haven't been spoken-for this year, it'll involve driving there the preceding day, scouting the route, and staying overnight. Your hearing should be normal and a commitment to doing the route for at least 2 years is preferred. More complete instructions can be found here: https://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/bbs/ 
Routes in these counties need coverage: Baker (2 routes), Crook, Curry, Deschutes, Douglas (3), Grant, Harney (4), Jefferson, Klamath (2), Lake (2), Linn, Malheur, Morrow, Umatilla, Union (2), Wallowa, Washington, Wheeler (2). You might consider this one way to expand your county lists, if you enjoy listing or just seeing new landscapes. Exact locations ("Vacant Routes") can be viewed at the above link.
So please consider doing one or more of these and notify me of your choice(s) now or at least within a couple weeks before you go. I'll see that you receive the detailed route map and data forms.