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KBO Speaks to Jefferson Exchange about the State of the Birds on Private Lands


John Alexander and Jaime Stephens from Klamath Bird Observatory and Marko Bey from Lomakatsi Restoration Project spoke with the Jefferson Exchange radio program about the status and health of bird populations in the United States. Their conversation follows the release of the 2013 US State of the Birds Report on Private Lands, which draws attention to the considerable extent to which native bird populations depend on private lands. In southern Oregon and northern California, Klamath Bird Observatory and Lomakatsi Restoration Project are teaming up with other organizations and private landowners to restore oak ecosystems on private lands for the benefit of wildlife, including numerous bird species such as the Oak Titmouse and Black-throated Gray Warbler.

Listen to the full radio interview here: