Rogue Valley
Audubon Society
Acorn Woodpecker
Photo by:
Terry Steele
“Even the woodpecker owes his success to the fact that he uses his head and
keeps pecking away until he finishes the job he starts.
”.....Coleman Cox
Links of Interest
The information on this page will keep you busy for a very long
time. Enjoy exploring the resources here.
Something to ponder: "The last word of ignorance is the man who says of an animal or plant: 'What good
is it?' If the land mechanism as a whole is good, then every part is good, whether we understand it or not.
If the biota, in the course of aeons, has built something we like, but do not understand, then who but a
fool would discard seemingly useless parts? To keep every cog and wheel is the first precaution of
intelligent tinkering."
Aldo Leopold, The Sand County Almanac
Rogue Valley Audubon Society
PO Box 8597
Medford, OR 97501
roguevalleyaudubonsociety@gmail.com
roguevalleyaudubon.org
experiential wilderness skills school. Its curriculum supports  
children, teens and families in learning together the benefits of
nature study, story telling, and art. Programs range in length
from weekend workshops to summer long immersion programs.
RVAS has an office in CTJNC.

eBird a project developed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and
keep track of the birds you see anywhere in North America.

Conservation Action Network of the World Wildlife Fund site
alerts you about priority conservation issues and allows you to
send faxes and emails to the relevant officials with the click of a
mouse.

The Sixth Extinction: We urge you to visit here for the plentiful
information on the extent and details of the extinctions and
worldwide. There is no guarantee that you will have a pleasant
experience, "but avoiding the issues raised by the contents is a
worse choice."

Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, noted for its great
biological diversity, both flora and fauna, is located twenty-five
miles southeast of Medford along the California border.

American Bird Conservancy is dedicated to the conservation of
wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas.

Naturesongs Digital Recordings from Nature: A library with
samples of a variety of nature's sounds. Enjoy the birds.

The
Klamath Bird Observatory will monitor and inventory of bird
populations primarily in northern California and southern Oregon
and investigate factors that directly or indirectly affect them.

Siskiyou Field Institute: provides educational programs about
the local region for the public about the Klamath-Siskiyou region.
Courses offered in birding, geology, botany, astronomy, ecology,
zoology, and more.


The Birders' Section
Many interesting websites exist for birders - too many for all to
be included here. Do your own search, and if you find one you
especially like please let me know.

Klamath-Siskiyou eBird web site. Manage your birding data and
explore the birds of our region at our own regional eBird node.
Become part of the Avian Knowledge Network today!

"The State of the Birds: 2010 Report on Climate Change" is now
available for viewing and download.

"Where to Go & What to Know" about birds & birdwatching -
accommodation, wildlife art, books, events, equipment, tours,
birding hot spots, attracting & identifying birds.

Ornithologists is to further the knowledge, education, enjoyment
and science of birds and birding in Oregon.

Oregon Birders On-Line: Recent bird sightings in Oregon, and
related discussions.

Lithia Dipper Site: Lithia Dipper Watch is a study of the nesting
behavior of American Dipper in Ashland,Oregon along a stretch
of Ashland Creek that runs through Lithia Park.  The study
combines the expertise of  professional biologists with the
dedicated work  of many volunteers. Explore our site and visit
throughout the spring and summer for  updates on the journey
that is Lithia Dipper Watch!

Denman Wildlife  Management Area Bird List
RVAS members in 2011 assisted Denman management to compile
an updated species list which will be published in 2012. The bird
section of the list is available here.

American Birding Association Online: a large North American
organization for active birders.

Birding on the net: birding for the 21st century. Also check out
the ABA-like list where each species has links to Information,
Images, Sound/song files. Many useful links.

Birding.com: All about birding, also with links to many topics &
elsewhere.

Birding Pal: For traveling birders to meet with people who enjoy
showing a visitor the best birding spots in their part of the world.

The Binocular Site: An independent guide for all things related to
the world of binoculars.

Birding Bandon is dedicated to helping you see more birds......

Wings Over Water Festival is an annual six-day celebration of
the wild side of the Outer Banks of South Carolina.

Humor....for those who need a laugh.

Audubon Chapters
Oregon:
Grants Pass & Josephine County
Siskiyou Audubon Society (no website at this time)

Klamath Falls
Klamath Basin Audubon Society

Curry County, Oregon
Kalmiopsis Audubon Society

Portland, Oregon
Audubon Portland

Roseburg
Umpqua Valley Audubon Society

Lincoln City
Lincoln City Audubon

California:
Eureka
Redwood Region Audubon Society

Mt. Shasta
Mt. Shasta Area Audubon

Washington
Seattle
Seattle Audubon Society