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From Africa to Central America – Forging International Partnerships to Conserve Wildlife

Tropical forests are used by local people for food, timber, and resource extraction. Balancing the needs of local people and the needs of sensitive wildlife has presented scientists with pressing global conservation challenges. To help protect and manage tropical wildlife, Klamath Bird Observatory Research Associate Dr. Jared Wolfe has partnered with academia, governments, and nonprofits […]

Spread Your Wings!

Spring is coming and so are the birds! The City of Ashland Department of Parks and Recreation with many partners will again host the Rogue Valley Bird Festival Saturday May 14, 2016. The festival is our local celebration of International Migratory Bird Day. The event will feature expert-guided bird walks, thrilling programs featuring birds of […]

New study shows how wildfire changes forests and the birds that live there a decade after a mixed-severity fire in southwest Oregon

PRESS RELEASE — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUGUST 17, 2015 Contact: Jaime Stephens, jlh@klamathbird.org, 541-944-2890 Ashland, Oregon: As much of the West is experiencing drought-related wildfire, new research on the effect of wildfire on forests and bird communities has just been released. Researchers from Klamath Bird Observatory just published results from a 10-year study looking at […]

Recently published paper describes meaningful ecological units (i.e., Management Domains) for collaborative conservation in the Klamath Region

***SCIENCE BRIEF AND NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE *** August 14, 2015 – For Immediate Release Contact: John Alexander, jda[AT]klamathbird.org, 541-890-7067 Patterns of plant, amphibian, mammal, and bird distribution have been used to identify ecological boundaries in the Klamath Region of southern Oregon and northern California, one of the most biophysically complex areas in […]

Klamath Bird Observatory’s Conservation Model

Klamath Bird Observatory’s collaborative conservation planning approach is fueled with results from partner-driven science programs. These science programs use birds as indicators of the healthy and resilient ecosystems on which we all depend. The science involves three coordinated aspects: Long-term monitoring that provides information about broad-scaled changes in the condition of our world; More in-depth […]

eBird Northwest

eBird Northwest is a regional portal of Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s international eBird program. It serves as the primary citizen science application of Avian Knowledge Northwest and provides content and services to bird‐watching enthusiasts and natural resource managers alike throughout the Pacific Northwest.

San Pancho Bird Observatory

Observatorio de Aves de San Pancho (SPBO—San Pancho Bird Observatory) is a non-profit, non-advocacy organization based in San Pancho on the coast of southern Nayarit, Mexico. SPBO is dedicated to bird and habitat conservation in the region and uses an

Long-term Monitoring of Bird Populations

Breeding and Fall Migration Season Banding in Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion KBO and our satellite organization Humboldt Bay Bird Observatory operate several long-term demographic monitoring stations throughout the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion. Each year, we capture and release

Wings Across the Americas International Cooperation Award 2011

A diverse group of conservationists, including KBO’s Executive Director John Alexander and Research Advisor C. John Ralph were recognized for their effective collaboration with the prestigious Wings Across the Americas International Cooperation award in 2011. This award recognizes the work of KBO

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