IMBD 2017 72dpp 11xX2017 Mountain Bird Conservation Fundraiser

September 23rd -- CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Ashland, Oregon -- An International Migratory Bird Day Event

If you have difficulty registering contact KBO at (541) 201-0866 and/or

Please join us for for this
conservation birding event:

Celebrate a love for birds and birding
Support science-driven conservation


  • New York Times best seller Noah Strycker
  • Unveiling of Klamath Bird Observatory’s 2017 Conservation Science Stamp
  • Science and conservation in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument


Historic Ashland Armory

208 Oak St, Ashland, OR 97520

Tickets -- $75 (*)

A Saturday 4:30-7:00pm celebration:

  • Noah Strycker’s keynote presentation
  • Hors d'oeuvres and no-host bar
  • Art Gallery, featuring local artists

All attendees will receive a Conservation Stamp Set including:

  • 2017-18 Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation [Duck] Stamp
  • Klamath Bird Observatory’s 2017 Conservation Science Stamp

* Includes Duck Stamp ($25), Conservation Science Stamp ($15) & Hors d'oeuvres ($15); additional service fee charged upon registration.

2016 Conservation Stamps 72dpi 3x3

Put your stamp on local and national bird and habitat conservation.  Our 2017 Conservation Science Stamp will be unveiled on September 23rd at the Mountain Bird Conservation Fundraiser. The 2016 Stamp featured the Olive-sided Flycatcher.  Click here to learn more about our Conservation Stamp Set.


Helping Birds Along the Way

IMBD 2017 Poster 72ppi 2.7xXKlamath Bird Observatory’s Mountain Bird Conservation Fundraiser is an International Bird Day Event.  The International Bird Day theme, heling birds along the way, recognizes the importance of stopover sites and their habitats.

When birds migrate between nesting and wintering sites, they don’t just stop anywhere; they rely on a handful of resource-rich and strategically located sites where they may double their body weight as they acquire the energy-rich fat stores needed to fly thousands of kilometers across continents and oceans. In our region the Upper Klamath Basin serves as a critical staging area for migrating waterfowl, and throughout the Klamath Siskiyou Bioregion riparian habitats along lakes, river, and streams provide important stopover habitat for migratory songbirds. By supporting Klamath Bird Observatory you support the science that drives conservation for migratory birds and their stopover habitats.

The Art -- As birds journey between breeding and non-breeding sites, International Migratory Bird Day 2017 will celebrate the importance of the places and habitats where they stop to rest and refuel. The art created to represent this event features 11 migratory bird species. Some, such as the Wood Thrush, fly over 2,500 miles (4,000 km) between Central and South America where they winter to the U.S. and Canada, where they will nest and raise young. Let's help them along the way!


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