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Science Communication Student Internship

Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO) is seeking a Jackson County high school student from the graduating class of 2021, 2022 or 2023 for a unique paid internship opportunity. Through the Watchable Wildlife Foundation (WWF) Science Communication Student Internship, the intern will gain firsthand experience in conservation and outdoor careers, observe and document KBO’s field season, and contribute to community science and education that support bird and habitat conservation.

Shannon Rio Presents KBO’s Community Education Winter Series (2021)

Cozy up and have fun this winter connecting with the birds! Shannon Rio will present four unique, interactive virtual events about our feathered friends via Zoom in January and February, 2021. At each event someone in the audience will win a gift certificate to a local Ashland business! You can choose to sign up for one or more of the events in the series. No previous bird knowledge is necessary and all are welcome!

Please consider making a contribution to Klamath Bird Observatory this Giving Tuesday

KBO’s resilience is inspired by the support we receive from our donors who believe in our work to advance bird and habitat conservation through science, education, and partnerships. In 2020, as the Covid pandemic challenged all of us, KBO showed our resilience, adapting to the novel circumstances. Giving Tuesday is December 1st, and this year we ask that you help us with our continued efforts to protect birds and the places in nature that they need to survive. Please consider making an end-of-year donation to KBO.

Klamath Bird Observatory Celebrates World Migratory Bird Day in a New Way

World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats. WMBD is global in reach and serves as an effective way to help raise awareness about the threats faced by migratory birds, their ecological importance, and the need for international cooperation to conserve […]

Giving Tuesday and the Southern Oregon Give Guide

For a second year, the Rogue Valley Messenger has included Klamath Bird Observatory in their annual Give Guide — a listing of local nonprofits, each of which is doing important work to make the world of southern Oregon a better place. The Give Guide includes basic information about 17 different groups that the Messenger is […]

2019 Interns

Banding Program Martin Lopez Aguilar (Mexico) Segio Gomez Villaverde (Mexico) Clare Fastiggi Erin Betancourt Alexis Sosa Rachel Voss Brian Tsuru Robert Vargas   Vesper Sparrow Program Nik Kronick Lillian Whitnauer   Events Development Elva Manquera  

Conservation Stamps

Put your stamp on conservation!  Each year, KBO offers a Conservation Stamp Set for purchase with proceeds supporting both national and regional conservation efforts. The two-stamp set includes: 1) The Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (the Duck Stamp), and 2) KBO’s Conservation Science Stamp. Perks: With the stamps you receive free access to National […]

Visit a KBO Banding Station at Crater Lake National Park!

The programs are on Thursday mornings, but not every Thursday through August and Fridays in the fall—please check the Crater Lake National Park bird banding visit flyer below for scheduled dates and information on how to register for these special events . Don’t miss this opportunity to visit KBO’s biologists in the field, see the […]

KBO Research Associate Publishes Book on Amazonian Birds

The Amazon rainforest hosts 15% of the world’s bird species. Despite the staggering diversity of birds, relatively little is known about their natural history. To better understand the timing of life cycle events such as breeding and molting seasonality of Amazonian birds, a team of biologists began a long-term monitoring project in 1978 in the […]

Year of the Bird and Klamath Bird Observatory’s Community Education Program

*** News Release: September 24, 2018 *** Contact: John Alexander, Executive Director, Klamath Bird Observatory, 541-890-7067, jda@klamathbird.org 2018 is the Year of the Bird. To celebrate Ashland-based Klamath Bird Observatory’s Community Education Program is fostering a deeper love for birds and a better understanding of bird conservation and its importance. KBO’s Community Education Program is part […]

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