Join us for our October program when Pepper Trail, our globe-trotting conservation co-chair, will take us somewhere truly exotic: Oregon’s Great Basin! Pepper is particularly fond of the Summer Lake area, and his talk, “The Nature of Oregon’s Great Basin,” will introduce the varied birds and ecosystems of the Oregon Outback – with particular emphasis on what the region has to teach us about past and future climate change. There might even be a poem or two – you have been warned!

About The Speaker
Pepper Trail is the long-time conservation chair of the Rogue Valley Audubon Society, and one of the ornithologists at the National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Lab in Ashland. In his vacation time, he leads natural history trips around the world.

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