Celebrating the birds of the Klamath Basin, and a place to see them
The water is scarce in the Klamath Basin this year, but the birds still show up.
Klamath Falls is smack in the middle of the Pacific flyway for migrating birds of many kinds. And the Klamath Wingwatchers exult in tracking the activities of the birds. This year the group celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Klamath Wingwatchers Nature Trail, a place to observe the birds in their habitat, right in Klamath Falls.
Wingwatchers Board President Leslie Lowe visits to tell the history of the trail and stories of its use through the years.
She made a pitch for more people to get involved, it's time for a new generation...
Call her at 541-882-6509 or email email@example.com.
Or just visit the Klamath Falls Visitor Center, 205 Riverside Drive, Friday August 26th at 4:30 for the anniversary party.