FEBRUARY Virtual Program: Dead Wood & Healthy Habitats

By |2022-02-20T15:07:10-08:00February 4th, 2022|News Page|

FEBRUARY Virtual Program Thursday, Feb. 17 at 7:00 pm Dead Wood & Healthy Habitats Dead wood – be it dead standing trees or snags, downed wood in streams and on land, or decaying wood with cavities – is important for wildlife habitat and vegetation communities. This joint program of the Native Plant Society of Oregon [...]

Disruption to Ashland Pond Primary Access Trail

By |2022-05-29T16:05:49-07:00January 29th, 2022|News Page|

Disruptions to Ashland Pond Primary Access Path/Walking Trail between January 31 and February 4, 2022. See https://www.ashland.or.us/news.asp?newsID=5238#:~:text=The%20primary%20access%20path%20to,31%20and%20February%204%2C%202022.&text=Ashland%20Parks%20and%20Recreation%20Commission%20maintains%20the%20footpath%20throughout%20the%20year for more information.

January Chapter Meeting: Members’ Showcase

By |2022-01-28T09:54:06-08:00December 6th, 2021|News Page|

JANUARY Virtual Program Tuesday, January 25 at 7:00 pm Presenter: Erin Ulrich & RVAS Members Topic: Members’ Showcase Hi, Everyone! We’d like to have our January Chapter Meeting be about YOU and the birds you’ve seen either in your backyard or on a special trip you’ve taken. Pick your top three to five photos and [...]

November Chapter Meeting

By |2021-11-24T14:53:32-08:00November 7th, 2021|News Page|

Join us for our November program where Steve Wise, Executive Director of SouthernOregon Land Conservancy, will present. Steve is a leader with more than 25 years’ experience in ecosystem scale watershed and forest restoration, stormwater green infrastructure, climate resiliency, fundraising, conservation policy and sustainability in the Pacific Northwest, Great Lakes and beyond. Steve was most [...]

The Nature of Oregon’s Great Basin

By |2021-10-27T17:52:31-07:00October 6th, 2021|News Page|

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 [...]

The Recovery and Conservation of the California Condor

By |2021-10-06T16:47:06-07:00September 6th, 2021|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, [...]

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Ashland CBC Data 2017-2022

Interpreting these numbers should be done with caution, and requires considerable care and allowing for a number of variables. These include the effort put forth to find and count the birds. The number of observers and parties, the effort in hours and miles traveled, and in some cases the experience and skill of observers can affect numbers of birds recorded.
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Medford CBC Data 2017-2022

Interpreting these numbers should be done with caution, and requires considerable care and allowing for a number of variables. These include the effort put forth to find and count the birds. The number of observers and parties, the effort in hours and miles traveled, and in some cases the experience and skill of observers can affect numbers of birds recorded.
Select the desired species below and hit the update button