Join professional birding guide and KBO board president Harry Fuller for a trip to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, a world-renowned birding destination and the largest wetland in eastern Oregon.
This Klamath Bird Observatory conservation outing is truly an unforgettable trip. The area provides important breeding grounds for Sandhill Crane, Swainson’s and Ferruginous Hawk, and Prairie Falcon, and participants should also see Bobolinks, Sage Sparrows, and Eastern Kingbirds, among dozens of other bird species. This special conservation outing is limited to 10 participants. Register soon before spaces fill. Click here to download the full trip flyer.
$500 (includes lodging, one evening bird presentation, two dinners, three breakfasts, & $300 tax-deductible donation in support of Klamath Bird Observatory’s bird and habitat conservation programs)
Carpooling in four vehicles, gas costs shared among participants.
Bring lunches, snacks, drinks, and a potluck dinner dish. Three breakfasts and two dinners are included.
Email Kaitlin for details at <kac AT klamathbird.org>, or call Kaitlin at (541) 201-0866 ext. 5#
Your Support Makes a Difference
Klamath Bird Observatory takes pride in conservation leadership and our internationally recognized conservation model. In our fundraising outings we combine a celebration of birds with the commitment needed to ensure their continued survival. Your participation in these outings not only puts you in touch with incredible displays of nature; it also makes a positive contribution to bird and habitat conservation. We are tremendously grateful for your support.