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Let’s explore the Klamath Basin, home to six national wildlife refuges and one of the most important wetland ecosystems in the west! Our visit is timed to see the spectacular spring migration of geese, along with a great diversity of waterfowl and plenty of raptors too.Register
- Trip Leaders: Brodie Cass Talbott and April Brown
- Dates: March 31-April 3, 2022
- Fee: $945 members / $1,145 non-members
- Deposit: $500
- Single supplement: $180
What is included
Fee includes all ground transportation, 3 nights double-occupancy lodging, all meals except dinners, all entrance fees and the services of your skilled leaders. *Alcohol and dinners not included.
Notes on Accessibility
Most of our birding on this trip will be from the vans, or on short walks on well-graded, level roads and trails. There is one hike of about 2 miles on a well-graded trail with about 200′ of elevation gain.
Proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test within 48 hours required.
Brodie Cass Talbott
Brodie works as an educator with Portland Audubon. After many years of wildland firefighting and leading river tours, he spent six years living and teaching across Asia, where his interest in birds became his passion. He has birded across five continents, and uses his experience in education and ecotourism to share his love of the outdoors with people from all ages, backgrounds, and abilities, with an eye towards increasing access to wild spaces for people from diverse communities.
April Brown is a native Oregonian living with her husband and Scout, her indoor cat, in Vancouver Washington. She started birding at a very young age thanks to her dad. She became passionate about birding after volunteering at Portland Audubon in 2010 in the Wildlife Care Center. She soon became a Handler of Ambassador Animals and an Outings leader, among many other roles at Portland Audubon. She is an avid birder and spends almost every weekend in the field with her husband, to whom she passed along her addiction. She is thrilled anytime she can share the joys of birding, explore the natural world, and teach with other people from all walks of life.