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Posted by: atowhee | March 24, 2018

EYE TO EYE WITH A GREAT GRAY OWL

Earlier this month I spoke about Great Gray Owls at Lindsay Museum in Walnut Creek.  In the audience was Shadow, herself a lifelong Great Gray. Originally rescued in Minnesota as a young, injured bird, Shadow ca not fly well or ever be released.  She seemed content with what I was saying.  But I cannot be sure she really gave a hoot.harry's talkharry's talk2These two images were taken  by my friend, Greg Giusso.

KLAMATH TALK

I will be making an evening presentation at Wild Birds Unlimited in Medford in May. The seating is limited so they ask you to register.  It is at 961 Medford Center, Medford, OR. Phone: (541) 772-2107

Here is their description of the talk.

KLAMATH BASIN: THE BIRDS, THE BEASTS, THE BEAUTY

MAY 24, 2018   6:00 – 7:00PM

PRESENTED BY HARRY FULLER

Harry is back to talk about the Klamath Basin!  He will talk about places for great birding in each season, best viewpoints for your camera’s eye, and some of the other animals you might find in the Klamath Basin.  In the Klamath Basin you can visit one of the original national wildlife refuges set aside by President Theodore Roosevelt over a century ago.  You won’t want to miss this program about the Klamath Basin!  Harry’s classes always fill up fast so register early for your seat on May 24th.

 

Harry Fuller is a dedicated birder, an experienced birding trip leader for Klamath Bird Observatory, and author of three natural history books.

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