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Two new job opportunities at Klamath Bird Observatory

KBO is seeking applicants for two new full time positions — 1) Restoration Ecologist and Partnerships Coordinator and 2) Science Delivery, Communications, Outreach, & DEI Program Manager. We encourage applicants who are interested in science-driven conservation and who want to become a contributing member of our collaborative team of kind, loyal, passionate, supportive, dedicated, and understanding colleagues. 

REMINDER: “History Walk into the Past” FUNdraiser — Sunday, July 25th

On July 25th we invite KBO supporters to join us for a “history walk into the past” through Ashland’s historic core. Our newest Board member, Jeff LaLande, is an archaeologist and historian. Jeff will take participants on a FUNdraising trip into Ashland’s past — from the Shasta Indians’ village where the Plaza is now and on through changes of recent decades.

REMINDER: YOBIRD, a KBO summer FUNdraiser

On July 11th, join Lisa Michelbrink and other KBO Board members at Grizzly Peak Winery for this KBO FUNDraiser event. We will start with a gentle yoga session under the oak trees, led by Board President and yoga teacher, Shannon Rio. We will then take a bird walk on the winery grounds. To finish the morning, we will share light refreshments and conversation.

A KBO FUNdraiser: “History Walk into the Past” through Ashland’s Historic Core

On July 25th, and then again on August 8th, we invite KBO supporters to join us for a “history walk into the past” through Ashland’s historic core. Our newest Board member, Jeff LaLande, is an archaeologist and historian. Jeff will take participants on a FUNdraising trip into Ashland’s past — from the Shasta Indians’ village where the Plaza is now and on through changes of recent decades.

YOBIRD, a KBO summer FUNdraiser

On July 11th, join Lisa Michelbrink and other KBO Board members at Grizzly Peak Winery for this KBO FUNdrasing event. We will start with a gentle yoga session under the oak trees, led by Board President and yoga teacher, Shannon Rio. We will then take a bird walk on the winery grounds. To finish the morning we will share light refreshments and conversation.

KBO’s 2021-2022 FUNdraising Campaign Begins!

Klamath Bird Observatory’s fundraising effort has a new, exciting format this year: with no fundraising Gala in 2020 or 2021, KBO’s Board members are stepping up, as individuals, to offer you a variety of smaller group events. These are events that we think many of you will enjoy. Board members will be hosting nearly a dozen recreational and educational gatherings with different themes. Think of these not so much as events but more as “parties.”

Thursday June 24th — Family Birding Adventure at the Dunn Ranch Center for Food and Agriculture

Thursday, June 24th (9:00 AM to Noon) — All ages welcome! Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO) is teaming up with Dunn Ranch to offer a family friendly birding adventure. Join Sooney Viani and Shannon Rio, two nature educators whose focus is on having fun. Activities will include making your own binoculars from simple materials and learning […]

REMINDER: “Birding Beyond Borders” and “Baby Birds and Nests” — A free 2-part presentation with Shannon Rio

Join us Tuesday, June 22nd for an evening presentation. BIRDING BEYOND BORDERS celebrates the international work of KBO and how it has brought people from all over the globe as interns to study bird banding, science and how to protect migratory birds. BABY BIRDS AND NESTS is all about how birds mate, how eggs become baby birds and how babies learn to fly and sing. This event is free. Click to learn more.

New two-part presentation: “Birding Beyond Borders” and “Baby Birds and Nests” with Shannon Rio

Join us Tuesday, June 22nd for an evening presentation. BIRDING BEYOND BORDERS celebrates the international work of KBO and how it has brought people from all over the globe as interns to study bird banding, science and how to protect migratory birds. BABY BIRDS AND NESTS is all about how birds mate, how eggs become baby birds and how babies learn to fly and sing. This event is free. Click to learn more.

KBO is Seeking a Jackson County High School Student for a Unique Paid Internship

Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO) is excited to offer a new paid internship this summer: The Watchable Wildlife Foundation Science Communication Student Internship. This is the first internship of its kind to be offered by KBO, made possible through a generous grant from the Watchable Wildlife Foundation. The intern will gain firsthand experience in conservation careers, observe and document KBO field activities, and contribute to community science and education that support bird and habitat conservation. This internship will provide an extraordinary experience as the intern explores various careers in conservation and outdoor work and begins to build a professional network that can help them find education and job opportunities in the future.

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PO Box 758
Ashland, Oregon 97520

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