Klamath Basin Spring Birding Field Trip
|What||Hikes & Outings|
Apr 06, 2012 05:00 PM
Apr 08, 2012 04:00 PM
|Where||Klamath NWRs and environs|
|Contact Name||Sean Stevens|
|Contact Phone||503.283.6343 ext 211|
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Join Oregon Wild and Wildlands Interpreter Wendell Wood for a weekend field trip to southern Oregon and northern California’s Klamath Basin – the Heart of the Pacific Flyway.
Join Oregon Wild’s Wildlands Interpreter, Wendell Wood for a weekend field trip to southern Oregon Klamath Basin to see area birdlife and to learn about Oregon Wild’s on going conservation efforts to protect and restore Oregon’s largest wetland ecosystem.
Indoor cooking and sleeping accommodations provided at Oregon Wild’s south-central field station (4,500 ft. elev.) adjacent to the Klamath Marsh NWR, located (as the crow flies) immediately east of Crater Lake. Arrive after 3 PM Friday evening, April 6.
On Saturday, April 7 the group will carpool south to Wood River Wetlands and other key wildlife hot spots surrounding Upper Klamath Lake (Oregon’s largest lake). We will end the day at the Miller Island Unit of the Klamath Wildlife Area - a prime staging area in early spring for migrating Ross's, Snow, and White-front Geese.
Depart Sunday afternoon, or stay over until Monday morning for those wishing to further explore, bird, hike, or independently mountain bike or canoe on Sunday afternoon.
We will pot luck dinner on Friday night, prior to an evening, conservation and wildlife slide presentation at 7:30 PM. We will eat at a Mexican or Japanese restaurant in Klamath Falls on Saturday evening.
Limit of 12 participants. Cost for lodging is $45 per person, which is non-refundable in the event of any cancellation after March 31. Reserve your spot on the Klamath Basin Birding Field Trip. Directions are available upon reservation.
Please also consider a donation to Oregon Wild to support our work in the Klamath Basin. For more information contact Sean Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trip participants are asked to arrive by Friday evening, April 6.
What to bring:
Please come fully self-contained. Bring binoculars, bird book, warm clothes, sleeping bag and pad (limited beds and mattresses available), food (except for Saturday night), hiking shoes, and walkie talkies (if you have them - for better birding communication between cars). Bring a cooler to store food & beverages (in shed off the kitchen). The cabin contains full kitchen facilities, 2 restrooms, and we will supply, plates, pans, cooking oil, etc. There are 5 double beds, one futon pad, and two couches downstairs. Thus be sure to bring a pad for sleeping if coming singly. Let us know if you'd prefer to tent or car camp.
Wood River Wetlands Project info: