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Klamath Bird Observatory achieves bird conservation in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the ranges of our migratory birds. Emphasizing high-caliber science and the role of birds as indicators, we inform and improve natural resource management. Recognizing that conservation occurs across many fronts, we also nurture an environmental ethic through community outreach and education. We owe our success to committed donors, volunteers, staff, and partners who demonstrate that each of us can contribute to a legacy of abundant bird populations and healthy land, air, and water.

Injured and Baby Birds

Klamath Bird Observatory does not rehabilitate wildlife. If you do encounter an injured or apparently abandoned bird it is best to leave it alone, unless it is in immediate danger.

Remember, young birds recently fledged from the nest are often unable to fly, however they are likely still being cared for by their parents. Do not touch or remove them, the parents are likely nearby.

CLICK HERE for information about reducing bird collisions with windows.

If the bird is more seriously injured, contact your local wildlife rehabber. 

CLICK HERE for a list of Oregon rehabbers.

CLICK HERE for a list of California rehabbers

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