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Sweet to the soul, and heaven for the weary mind
Cinnamon Teal
Cinnamon Teal

Photo by Mary Williams Hyde

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Ring-necked Pheasant
Ring-necked Pheasant

Photo by Howard West

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Osprey
Osprey

Photo by Howard West

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Cinnamon Teal
Cinnamon Teal

Photo by Mary Williams Hyde

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Welcome to Friends of Klamath Basin Birding.

We are here to support the hundreds of thousands of birds that migrate the Pacific Flyway through the vast Klamath Basin marsh, lake, and river wetlands every year and the countless more that live here year around.

Sunset Magazine once ranked the Klamath Basin as the #1 birding location in the lower 48 states…and we believe it.

We are a birder's paradise and want to keep it that way during these trying times.

We want to showcase photographers of Klamath Basin Birds....

American Kestrel
American Kestrel

Photo by Howard West

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Male Northern Harrier (Gray Ghost)
Male Northern Harrier (Gray Ghost)

Photo by Loree Johnson

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Red-breasted Sapsucker
Red-breasted Sapsucker

Photo by Howard West

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American Kestrel
American Kestrel

Photo by Howard West

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Coordinate a calendar of birding specific activities....

Create educational projects and events....

Be a voice for the birds when advocacy is needed....

Create a birding community that supports each other

Promote Birding Tourism and make sure visitors have the best experience possible

Check out this website for complete details of the 47 best places to bird, maps, and the history of the refuges in the Basin: www.klamathbirdingtrails.com

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