Klamath Bird Observatory, based in Ashland, Oregon, advances bird and habitat conservation through science, education, and partnerships.

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Support HABITAT PROTECTION on Your WILDLIFE REFUGES AND the SciEnce thAT Guides Bird Conservation!

Purchase Klamath Bird Observatory's 2015-16 Conservation Stamps Set.

This $40 stamp set includes the 2015-2016 Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation [Duck] Stamp and Klamath Bird Observatory's 2015 Bird Conservation Science Stamp. Proceeds bolster:

 1. Strategic wetland habitat conservation through the National Wildlife Refuge System, and 

 2. Klamath Bird Observatory’s science-based approach to achieving bird and habitat conservation in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the migratory ranges of the birds of our region. 

Click here to order your stamps now!

Read more about the "Duck Stamp" and Klamath Bird Observatory as a Duck Stamp Distributer.

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Klamath Bird Observatory is fueled by partner-driven science programs. We use birds as indicators of the healthy and resilient ecosystems on which we all depend. Our science involves three integrated aspects: 1) long-term monitoring, 2) theoretical research, and 3) applied ecology. We bring our results to bear through science delivery involving partnership driven engagement in conservation planning, informing the critical decisions being made today that will have lasting influences on the health of our natural resources well into the future.

Klamath Bird Observatory’s award-winning model was developed in the ruggedly beautiful and wildlife-rich Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion. We now apply this model more broadly throughout the Pacific Northwest. Plus, our intensive professional education and international capacity building programs expand our influence into Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean.

All materials on this website are copywritten (c) 2016 Klamath Bird Observatory.  Thanks to all the accomplished artists and photographers who have shared their work.with special thanks to Jim Livaudais for his many photographs. Please send questions or comments regarding the KBO website by clicking here.