Frank Lospalluto

Frank is a field biologist who has been working closely with the 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 through Siskiyou Field Institute. Frank writes the monthly field notes column for the RVAS Chat and covers the southern Oregon field notes for the state publication, Oregon Birds.
Currently, Frank is involved in the local Ashland Creek American Dipper Project and has a project looking at wintering Townsend Solitaires in an area both in and adjacent to the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.
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