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Now LIVE: eBird Northwest!

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  Regional birdwatchers and conservationists, rejoice! Observations can now be submitted into eBird Northwest, a new regional portal of eBird.  eBird Northwest will provide users with local and national news stories, helpful resources for bird identification, and opportunities to get involved in citizen science projects, such as: Puget Sound Seabird Survey Klamath-Siskiyou Oak Restoration Monitoring Oregon […]

Announcing the Spring Birds of Malheur Trip

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June 5th – 8th, 2015 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, […]

Adventures in Education: Klamath Bird Observatory

Webinar: Avian Conservation Science Tools for Strategic Forest Planning

This summer, the US Forest Service invited Klamath Bird Observatory’s Executive Director John Alexander to present a webinar in the agency’s Seminar Series Innovations in Science and Technology for Monitoring, Assessment, and Inventory Efforts. This series focused on innovative techniques that inspire “outside the box” thinking for effective, cost-efficient, and multi-purpose methods to achieve Forest […]

Autumn Presentations by KBO Board Members

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Two Klamath Bird Observatory Board Members, Shannon Rio and Dick Ashford, are giving informative and engaging presentations on birds this autumn in partnership with North Mountain Park and Ashland Parks and Recreation. Learn more about these exciting talks below. October 15th: Beautiful Birds, Beautiful Words Klamath Bird Observatory Board Member Shannon Rio combines bird photography […]

Overcoming Social and Scientific Challenges to Inform Management in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

In 2000, Klamath Bird Observatory incorporated, emerging from nearly 10 years of coordinated inventory and monitoring efforts in the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion of southern Oregon and northern California.  In that same year President Clinton issued a proclamation that established the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, protecting 52,000 acres referred to as “an ecological wonder” and “a biological crossroads—the […]

Help Save Migratory Birds with a Donation Today!

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Migratory birds connect us all. As these remarkable travelers navigate migration routes throughout the globe, they connect people across countries, cultures, and even hemispheres. Alarmingly, many migratory birds are in decline, a clear signal of the worsening health of the ecological systems that support life on earth. Western forest birds have declined 20% over the […]

KBO Interns Succeed in Science and Conservation

Over the past 19 years, Klamath Bird Observatory has hosted over 170 student volunteer interns from 16 countries and 23 of the US states.  Our objective with each individual has been to create a safe and fun learning experience, with the hope that we impart some positive influence on their academic and professional careers.  Certainly, […]

KBO’s Summer 2014 Newsletter

By John Alexander, Klamath Bird Observatory Executive Director In presenting this edition of our newsletter the Klamath Bird, with a focus on KBO success stories, I am struck by the breadth of people who have contributed to our accomplishments over the years.  Support and encouragement from you, our community, continues to grow.  The donations you […]

KBO Speaks to Public Radio about Status of Birds in USA

September 9th, 2014 Klamath Bird Observatory staff members were interviewed this morning on Jefferson Public Radio’s news and information program the Jefferson Exchange about the status and health of bird populations in the United States. The interview followed closely on the heels of the release earlier today of the 2014 State of the Birds report: […]

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