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Printed information about birding the Klamath Basin

The newest Klamath Basin Birding Trail booklet was released in March 2010. It is a beautiful book that tells all about Birding in the Klamath Basin. You may order copies online ($5 including S/H with discounts for larger orders) at: the store.
You may also pick up brochures for $2 each at Discover Klamath, 205 Riverside Dr, Suite B, Klamath Falls, Oregon and Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge, 4009 Hill Road Tulelake, California.


Photo: Birder's Guide cover.

A Birder's Guide to the Klamath Basin by Steven D. Summers. Published by the Klamath Basin Audubon Society. This useful book was the source of much of the information on this web site including the Listing of the Birds in the Basin. Virtually all of the sites are covered in considerable detail. General area maps and site maps are also included. Directions are given on how to reach the site and how to find your way around the sites. Characteristic birds of the area are listed plus other information that may be of interest, or that may help in finding the birds at that site. Bar graphs are provided to show what species occur in the Basin (and when) and to help in finding particular species.

This book may be purchased directly from the Klamath Basin Audubon Society (or from book sellers in Klamath Falls)

Klamath Basin Audubon Society
P.O. Box 354
Klamath Falls, OR 97601

Price including shipping $10.00

The Birder's Guide To Oregon by Joseph E. Evanich, Jr. Published by the Portland Audubon Society This useful book treats the whole of Oregon. Detailed information is presented for several sites in the Klamath Basin.

Southern Oregon's Bird Life by John Kemper, published by Outdoor Press. Covers 373 bird species found in Southern Oregon and lists 54 birding sites in these areas.

Photo: Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges cover.

Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges. This book contains a wealth of information about the natural and cultural history of the Klamath Basin with detailed maps of all six National Wildlife Refuges in the Basin. A helpful chart shows the best times to visit the Klamath Basin for specific wildlife viewing opportunities. $6.95.

Photo: Oregon Cascades Birding Trail brochure cover.

Oregon Cascades Birding Trail brochure. Features more than 200 sites along more than 1,000 miles of scenic roadways, the Oregon Cascades Birding Trail offers outdoor adventure for birders of all skill and interest levels. From the snow-capped summit of Mt. Hood to the marshlands of the Klamath Basin, well over 300 species of birds have occurred in the Oregon Cascades. Available by contacting Cindy Deas or Discover Klamath.

Birds of Oregon Field Guide by Stan Tekiela, Published by Adventure Publications

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