KBO Board

Karl Schneck

Karl started birding at 11 years old in Santa Rosa, California, birding for three years with two of California's greatest birders as mentors, Gordon Bolander and Mike Parmeter. Karl then got distracted for over 50 years, busy with college, dental school, and work. Karl restarted in 2014 with the Ashland Christmas Bird Count and he  can't believe he ever stopped. Now Karl is loving it more than ever with a passion to learn all he can about the birds. "Birding grounds me and connects me to nature, while bringing together two of my long time interests: birds and photography." Karl has become involved with KBO and he hopes to give back to the birds a small token of what they have given him.

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Laura Fleming

TREASURER

From playing in the creek behind my house as a child in Cincinnati, Ohio to obtaining a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and Management from Michigan State University, I have always been interested and connected to the natural world and its wildlife.

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Dick Ashford, MS

DIRECTOR EMERITUS

Dick first joined the KBO Board in Spring 2005.  He served as Board President from 2007 to 2009, when he was elected as Board Chair of the American Birding Association, a position he held until late 2010.

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