The wildlife refuges of the Klamath Basin are great places to see (and hear) birds in great numbers.
But the numbers would be even greater with an additional ingredient: water.
Status as a wildlife refuge not only does not guarantee an allocation of water, the refuges are used as farmland in some areas.
Jes Burns from our EarthFix unit investigated the situation for a series of reports (here's part one).
She joins us in the studio for the airing of all three reports, with a debrief at the end.