Resources for Our Community

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Birders at Agate Lake

Bird diversity results from varied habitats of diverse conifer forests, Cascade range foothills and oak-savannah, rare Siskiyou pine barrens, and the Rogue River basin’s riparian corridors. The network of habitats and species is supported by a rich conservation community.

The Rogue Valley Audubon Society is glad to work alongside other community leaders in bird conservation and education, drawing inspiration from the local biodiversity.

Learn: Education

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Feature: Birding in the Schools , school based programing and birding field trips with Rogue Valley Audubon Society

The Experience

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  • Wild Birds Unlimited Presentation

    Wintering Birds of the Rogue Valley with Shannon Rio

    Wednesday, Oct. 18

    6 – 7 p.m.

    961 Medford Center, Medford

    Shannon Rio will once again speak and thrill you with photos and anecdotes about the birds that spend the winter with us here in the Rogue Valley. Many birds do not migrate away but rather stay here all year long, making every month a good time to enjoy watching birds. Photos and fun facts will be the focus of the presentation.

  • Humbolt Bay Bird Observatory – Godwit Days

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  • Ashland Parks and Recreation Classes

    Wildlife Rehabilitation: Keeping Wild Birds Wild with Shannon Rio

    Oct. 12, 6:30 – 8 p.m.

    $15

    Journey through Sacred Place: Birding Arizona with Shannon Rio

    Oct. 5, 4:30 – 7 p.m.

    $15

Bird Photographers

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Bird Shops

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Rogue Valley Audubon members save money at the Medford Wild Birds Unlimited store. Here are the details.

Bird Reports

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