UNIVERSITY OF GUADALAJARA
Sarahy is a professor and researcher at the Department of Ecology and Natural Resources-IMECBIO, University of Guadalajara-CUCSUR. The results of her projects are applied to the conservation, management, and restoration of bird habitats in subtropical temperate mountain forests.
COSTA RICA BIRD OBSERVATORIES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Pablo, better known as “Chespi”, currently works under an agreement between the US Forest Service, the Klamath Bird Observatory, and the National Institute of Biodiversity (INBio), coordinating their bird monitoring efforts in Costa Rica.
He also serves as the Partners in Flight Coordinator for his native Costa Rica as well as the chair of the Western Hemisphere Bird
SAN PANCHO BIRD OBSERVATORY, DIRECTOR
Luis is a marine biologist with training in coral reef ecology who decided that birds were better elements of nature to connect people with nature. He has over 20 years of experience guiding nature tours and the last 12 years mostly birdwatching trips. Luis is currently the Director and co-founder of the San Pancho Bird Observatory,
Keith has worked all over the world as a field biologist, working primarily with seabirds and migratory songbirds. During this time Keith developed excellent statistical and spatial analytical skills that he has applied to a diversity of projects.
Currently, Keith studies the ecology and
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
Josée’s partnership with KBO started in 2004, after fledgling from McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Starting as an intern for the Redwood Sciences Laboratory, her position led her to become the Humboldt Bay Bird Observatory Program Manager under the KBO umbrella.
POINT BLUE CONSERVATION SCIENCE
Over the last two decades, Nat has worked on research projects in North America, Central America, Africa, and Hawaii. These projects have included research on the breeding biology of raptors and owls, habitat associations of passerine birds, population ecology and monitoring of Pacific seabirds, and avian demography. Nat’s dissertation research on the effects of fire and fuels management on bird communities was conducted at KBO.
UNIVERSITY of BRITISH COLUMBIA
Kristen Mancuso is a PhD Candidate at the University of British Columbia Okanagan and in partnership with Environment and Climate Change Canada. Her project aims to learn more about the migration ecology of the Yellow-breasted Chat and Gray Catbird. She is using geolocators, GPS tags, and hydrogen stable isotopes to link birds between summer breeding sites to overwintering sites. Kristen is
Frank is a field biologist who has been working closely with Klamath Bird Observatory for over 16 years doing both spring breeding bird and fall migration surveys throughout the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion.
Frank leads field trips as part of KBO’s Community Education Program. He also leads trips for Rogue Valley Audubon, Southern Oregon Land Conservancy and teaches classes