MAY 2019 TALK AND WALK: VESPER MEADOW RESTORATION PROJECT
Talk: May 16th Thursday 6:30pm – 8:00pm at KBO Headquarters, 320 Beach Street
Jeanine Moy, Vesper Meadow Program Director will share encounters with charismatic birds, community-powered restoration and surveys for the imperiled Oregon Vesper Sparrow.
Walk: May 18th Saturday 8:30am – NOON at the Vesper Meadow Restoration site on Indian Memorial Road
Frank Lospolluto, expert bird ecologist, will lead us through the forest edge, wet meadows and riparian habitat known as Vesper Meadow Restorative Preserve. Located up Indian Memorial Road, we might see vesper sparrows, hawks, sandhill cranes, and possibly owls.
The Klamath Bird Observatory is partnering with the Vesper Meadow Restoration Project in this unique walk and talk. Vesper Meadow is a place-based restoration project, as well as outpost for community science and art programs. It is the site where KBO is collecting information on the endangered vesper sparrow.
To sign up for this, contact Shannon Rio at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-840-4655. Cost is $30 with $15 going to Vesper Meadow and $15 to KBO.