Resources for Our Community

Working for bird conservation.

Birders at Agate Lake

Bird diversity results from varied habitats of diverse conifer forests, Cascade range foothills and oak-savannah, rare Siskiyou pine barrens, and the Rogue River basin’s riparian corridors. The network of habitats and species is supported by a rich conservation community.The Rogue Valley Audubon Society is glad to work alongside other community leaders in bird conservation and education, drawing inspiration from the local biodiversity.

The Community

  • Klamath Bird Observatory
  • Kalmiopsis Audubon Society
  • Portland Audubon
  • Redwood Region Audubon Society
  • Klamath Basin Audubon Society
  • Point Blue (Formerly PRBO) – Avian Data Center
  • Oregon Conservation Strategy
  • Feather Atlas

Learn: Education

Feature: Birding in the Schools , school based programing and birding field trips with Rogue Valley Audubon Society Klamath Bird Observatory Curriculum Lesson Plans for Educators Place-based Curriculum Kits  Fall in the Field, placed-based programming with Siskiyou Environmental Education Center at Southern Oregon University Education Programs Siskiyou Field Institute

The Experience

  • Winter Wings Festival
  • Humbolt Bay Bird Observatory – Godwit Days
  • Pacific Birding and Blues Festival

Bird Shops

Rogue Valley Audubon members save money at the Medford Wild Birds Unlimited store. Here are the details.