The Recovery and Conservation of the California Condor

By |2021-09-06T16:25:36-07:00September 6th, 2021|Home Page, News Page|

SEPTEMBER Virtual Program Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 7:00 pm The Recovery and Conservation of the California Condor This month’s virtual program will feature several speakers. Each speaker will participate through their collaboration with the Friends of California Condors Wild and Free, and will discuss their own niche within the California Condor monitoring and recovery effort. [...]

Free Zoom Program on Conservation Ranching Program (KBAS)

By |2021-09-03T16:54:49-07:00September 3rd, 2021|News Page|

September 14, 2021, TUES. @ 7:00 pm Join Klamath Basin Audubon Society (KBAS) for a free zoom “Help for Grassland Birds: Introducing Audubon’s Conservation Ranching Program” presented by Matt Allshouse (Conservation Ranching Program Manager with Audubon California). Must register for zoom by Monday, Sept. 13th at klamathaudubon.org. Matt grew up on a ranch in Wyoming, [...]

Local Artists Headline Show in Coos Bay

By |2021-08-04T17:01:08-07:00August 4th, 2021|Home Page, News Page|

Two accomplished Ashland artists are currently featured at the Coos Art Museum now through Oct. 2. View art on exhibit at https://cduncan100.wixsite.com/humanepoch . Claire Duncan is an Ashland, Oregon artist. Her work has appeared in exhibitions nationwide, including Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum's Birds in Art, and has won numerous awards, including First Place in The [...]

The Woodpecker’s Tongue and Other Avian Adaptations

By |2021-05-30T10:01:05-07:00May 4th, 2021|News Page|

 Tuesday, May 25 at 7:00 pm  “The Woodpecker’s Tongue and Other Avian Adaptations”  Presented by DAN GLEASON  Editor's note: We don't usually have a May chapter meeting. This bonus event takes the place of our annual May picnic which was canceled.  Awakened by a woodpecker drumming on your gutters at 5 a.m.? Or was one [...]

Observation Point: Birding at the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument

By |2021-05-04T17:25:58-07:00April 6th, 2021|News Page|

Virtual APRIL Program Tuesday, April 27 at 7:00 pm Presented by GINA ROBERTI On May 18, 1980, a cataclysmic event occurred at Mount St. Helens as the north flank of the volcano slid off in one of the largest landslides in recorded history, unleashing a powerful eruption. This eruption buried 230 square miles of existing [...]

Nest la Vie: From Elaborate Nests to None At All

By |2021-03-29T09:51:28-07:00March 2nd, 2021|News Page|

Tuesday, March 23 at 7:00 pm  Noah Burg presents two research projects focused on birds found in the African savanna. In his talk, Noah will discuss the research he’s conducted and present photographs from his field work, highlighting some of the amazing wildlife found at the study locations.  The focus of the first project is [...]

Virtual FEBRUARY Program “Vaux’s Happening: 15 million and Counting”

By |2021-02-24T16:14:19-08:00February 1st, 2021|News Page|

February 23 at 7:00 pm  Presented by LARRY SCHWITTERS Audubon’s Vaux’s Happening Project began in 2007 as a successful effort to save a school chimney that was one of only two well-known big number Vaux’s Swift roost sites in Washington State. This chimney is now recognized as a PIF Globally Significant Important Bird Area. The [...]

Bear Creek Bird Survey Volunteers Needed

By |2021-01-03T14:29:16-08:00January 3rd, 2021|Home Page, News Page|

The Rogue Valley Audubon Society, in partnership with the Klamath Bird Observatory, Rogue River Watershed Council, the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy, and southern Oregon birders are coming together to monitor changes in the Bear Creek bird community as riparian vegetation recovers from recent fires, alterations are made to the Greenway to reduce fire risk, and [...]

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