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Klamath Bird Observatory achieves bird conservation in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the migratory ranges of the birds of our region. We developed our award-winning science-based model in the ruggedly beautiful and wildlife-rich Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion of southern Oregon and northern California. Emphasizing high caliber science and the role of birds as indicators we specialize in cost-effective bird monitoring and research projects that improve natural resource management. Also, recognizing that conservation occurs across many fronts, we nurture a conservation ethic in our communities through our outreach and educational programs.

End of Year Campaign

During this end-of-year giving season, we ask that you make a generous donation to Klamath Bird Observatory in support of our work to advance bird and habitat conservation.  Birds are central to the experience of life. They delight, inspire, comfort, and amuse us, and their movements and behaviors reinforce the seasons. Sadly, many birds in the United States are in trouble. Klamath Bird Observatory’s science-based conservation model shows the way forward, but we need your support to succeed.

CLICK HERE to learn about how and why our board of directors contibute to KBO and to read our President's call for you to join them in making a year-end donation.

Click here to make an end-of-year donation

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Conservation Stamps

2017 Conservation Stamp Set 72ppi 4x7

Put your stamp on conservation!

Support the sceince that guides conservaiton and habitat protection on your wildlife refuges. Purchase Klamath Bird Observatory's 2017 Conservation Stamp Set. This $40 2-stamp set includes KBO's 2017 Bird Conservation Science Stamp and the 2017-1018 Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation [Duck] Stamp. Proceeds bolster:

1. Klamath Bird Observatory’s science-based approach to achieving bird and habitat conservation in the Pacific Northwest, and

2. Strategic habitat conservation on National Wildlife Refuges.

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Copyright (c) 2017 Klamath Bird Observatory. Image credits: Jim Livaudais, Gary Bloomfield, and many contributing artists.