Klamath Bird Observatory, in partnership with The Selberg Institute, is running citizen science project on the beautiful Grizzly Peak Preserve in southern Oregon. This project offers something for all birders and outdoor enthusiasts whether you prefer to casually stroll through oak meadows or are up for a multi-mile off trail adventure.
The project will take place on a large parcel of private property along the slopes of Grizzly Peak. This property is in the foothills of the Cascades mountains and holds a variety of grasslands, oak habitats as well as coniferous forests and riparian woodlands. Just outside of Ashland, Oregon it is a terrific spot for birding and will give the public a unique opportunity to visit and bird in diverse habitats managed for conservation.
Survey Dates: Every 2nd and 4th Saturday until April 2019
Protocol: Include some walking and/or hiking, recording all birds observed by sight and/or sound, and entering and submitting your findings into eBird Northwest. Final protocol to come
Maps: Final survey maps to come
This project will also include two guided night surveys to inventory the local owl population for those interested.
If you are interested in participating or would like more information please contact Ellie Armstrong at eea@KlamathBird.org