KBO Staff

John Alexander, PhD

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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As Klamath Bird Observatory co-founder, John works with KBO’s Board of Directors, Research Advisor, Science Director, Outreach and Science Communications Specialist, and Executive Administrator overseeing all aspects of the organization's efforts.

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Robert Frey

RESEARCH BIOLOGIST

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As the Banding Project Coordinator, Bob manages KBO’s network of long-term banding stations and our banding training program.

Bob joined Klamath Bird Observatory in 2003 as a Staff Biologist.  He has banded birds and trained bird banders throughout the Americas

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Caitlyn Gillespie, MS

RESEARCH BIOLOGIST

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Caitlyn joined KBO in August 2016 to assist with ongoing research, including the oak habitat conservation and species distribution modeling projects.

She received her MS degree in applied ecology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2015, where her thesis work focused on

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Jacob McNab

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

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Jacob joined KBO in September of 2016 after moving to Ashland from the San Francisco Bay area in California. He wears many hats as the Office Administrator, including assisting the Executive Director.

Jacob received a BA in Economics from the University of California, Davis in 2015. He also

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Jaime Stephens, MS

SCIENCE DIRECTOR

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As Science Director, Jaime oversees KBO’s long-term monitoring and applied ecological research programs. She works closely with staff to design, implement, and deliver conservation relevant science. Jaime collaborates with a diverse suite of partners

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Sarah Rockwell, PhD

RESEARCH BIOLOGIST

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Sarah manages KBO's bird monitoring work on the Trinity River Restoration Program in northwestern California. The goal of this research is to determine how changes in habitat structure associated with river restoration are related to bird abundance, diversity, and demography.

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Ellie Armstrong

FIELD & DATA MANAGER 

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Ellie helps manage KBO’s data and assists in organizing and running multiple projects during the field season including; the Trinity River project, the Point Count field season and Citizen Science effort. Ellie also helps manage and create contact for eBird Northwest, a regional portal of the international eBird website.

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