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First Talk and Walk of the Season

Talks and Walks are a great way to start your birding adventure. You can learn about local birds, explore new places, and be outside. Join KBO board president and nature enthusiast Shannon Rio for a bird walk of North Mountain Park. Shannon is eager to get back out and share the joys of birding with everyone. North Mountain Park offers the opportunity to see a variety of birds in an easy-to-access environment. Walk and talks are free and open to anyone. Binoculars are available for use. 

Upcoming KBO Events

Klamath Bird Observatory has three amazing events coming up that you aren’t going to want to miss.

Birding Beyond Borders happening February 24th, 6 pm – 7 pm, free over Zoom. Presentation by Shannon Rio, KBO Board president, and Luiza Figueira a past KBO intern and current OAMa Excutive Director. It praises the value of diversity in all of the aspects that nature provides to us: diversity of landscape, diversity of peoples and culture, and how that diversity equals a balanced healthy world. 

FUNdraiser Hawks and Ducks field trip happening March 5th. Fun to be had!

Bird Conmigo a free bilingual bird walking series happening at local Medford parks.

Covid Release Form

*All individuals attending the event must fill out the Waiver of Liability form. Paper copies are available.  I acknowledge and understand that in order to participate in in-person KBO events, all participants are required to be fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO  authorized vaccine and will be required to properly wear a mask at […]

Friend to the Environment Award

The Klamath Bird Observatory family, would like to congratulate Laura Fleming on her Friend to the Environment Award (even though it may be a little late). Laura, owner of the Medford, Wild Birds Unlimited store received the prestigious Friend to the Environment Award in 2019, at the annual meeting of the Wild Birds Unlimited franchisees. Laura is a past board member and a continued supporter of the Klamath Bird Observatory.

Conservation Stamp Set

Klamath Bird Observatory’s 2021-2022 conservation science stamp features our partner Avian Knowledge Network (AKN). The AKN’s mission is to support a network of people, data, and technology to improve bird conservation, management, and research across organizational boundaries and spatial scales. By purchasing this set of conservation stamps, birders and hunters alike contribute directly to conservation efforts that benefit all birds.

Join the FUN: Two last events in KBO’s 2021 FUNdraising series

KBO’s Board of Directors invites you to the last two events of our 2021 FUNdraising series. There is only one 4-person ticket left for our Winter Hawk Identification Workshop. Dick Ashford and Amanda Alford are offering this 2-part event with a raptor ID presentation on Thursday, December 9th and a hawk watching field on Saturday, December 11th. Then, for our last event, we have unlimited capacity! On Thursday, December 16th Larry Leichliter, former PEANUTS director and accomplished animator, is hosting a live-action tutorial to help participants try your hand at creating a simple animation of Snoopy and his feathered pal Woodstock. So please join the fun!

Sing, Fly, Soar, and Cartoon — Like a Bird (A KBO FUNdraising Workshop)

Join KBO for a special holiday animation workshop. Larry Leichliter, former PEANUTS director and accomplished animator, will offer a live-action tutorial teaching participants to create a simple animation of Snoopy, the lovable canine character from the PEANUTS cartoon, and his feathered pal Woodstock. This FUNdraising workshop is a World Migratory Bird Day event. All proceeds will directly support the Partners in Flight international bird conservation initiative. Since this is a FUNdraising event, we ask registrants to make a donation of their choice, however, a free registration is also available upon request.

KBO FUNdraiser: 2-Part Winter Hawk Identification Workshop — A Raptor ID Presentation and Field Trip hosted by Dick Ashford & Amanda Alford

KBO FUNdraiser: Join us for an all-day RAPTOR-FINDING excursion to the picturesque Klamath Basin! KBO board members Dick Ashford and Amanda Alford will share their enthusiasm of, and knowledge about, “our” wintering raptors during this always-popular field trip. Dick will provide a short zoom introduction prior to the outing.

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