In September, 2015, Oregonian Noah Strycker set a new world record by seeing 6,042 bird species in one year. His Big Year bested a British couple breaking their 2008 record by over 1,500 species. Birders around the world followed Noah’s global birding adventure on the Audubon Society’s blog. Now, Noah’s latest book Birding Without Borders chronicles his quest to break the world birding record.
Come hear Noah present on his birding adventures or head out into the field with him for a morning of birding at the Mountain Bird Conservation Fundraiser, an International Migratory Bird Day Event hosted by the Klamath Bird Observatory on September 23rd in Ashland, OR. By attending you can put your stamp on local and national bird and habitat conservation; all attendees will receive a Conservation Stamp Set including: 2017-18 Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation [Duck] Stamp and Klamath Bird Observatory’s 2017 Conservation Science Stamp. To learn more about this event and to register visit www.KlamathBird.org.