In this presentation, Harry Fuller will discuss the ongoing impacts of climate change and how all creatures, especially our Oregon birds, are pressed to adapt to changing environments. Can all species adapt to these changes? Which species might benefit, and which species might “lose?” Harry will share the “knowns” and “unknowns” according to current science, and describe what actions people can take to help mitigate the impacts of a changing climate.
There is no charge for this event. Donations to the Klamath Bird Observatory are encouraged.
To sign up, email Shannon Rio at email@example.com
“Harry Fuller is past president of the Klamath Bird Observatory, a close friend and excellent teacher and guide. I hope you will join us for this fascinating presentation.” — Shannon Rio, Board President, Klamath Bird Observatory
Before his retirement, Harry managed TV and Internet newsrooms in San Francisco and London. He has written three natural history books, including Great Gray Owl in California, Oregon and Washington, and San Francisco’s Natural History, Sand Dunes to Streetcars. Harry also contributed to a chapter about Common Nighthawks in Edge of Awe, an anthology of essays about Malheur National Wildlife Refuge published by Oregon State University Press in 2019. He has been leading bird trips and teaching birding classes since the 1990s. Currently he leads trips for Klamath Bird Observatory and the Malheur Field Station, and provides private guiding services. See Harry’s birding journal online here.