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Education & Conservation

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Press release for our
2011 Together Green Grant.

Monthly ProgramsOther Educational ActivitiesConservation

Caspian Tern.    Bufflehead.    American White Pelican.

KBAS provides opportunities for people of all ages to experience and appreciate our region's birds and other natural resources. We achieve this mission through educational programs, field trips, and Grants that support worthy local or regional projects.

   Monthly Programs

We meet on the second Thursday of each month from September through May from 6:30-8:30 pm. Beginning September, 2010, we will meet at the Klamath County Meeting Room at 4th and Pine in Klamath Falls. Meetings begin with a half hour of refreshments and socializing followed by a short business/informational meeting. The featured program begins at approximately 7:15. See the current edition of our Grebe newsletter for details about upcoming programs.

   Other Educational Activities

  Conservation

Being blessed with a plethora of wilderness areas, marshes and forests, lakes and rivers, KBAS members know how important these areas are for humanity's well-being. We like to keep abreast of what we can do to help preserve our wilderness areas nation wide so that everyone has the opportunity to be touched by nature: to see a flock of song birds, to witness the flight of a raptor, to listen to the merry melody of a crystal clear spring. The National Audubon Society provides timely, pertinent updates on all of the important environmental issues at the national level and provides easy avenues for acting to preserve the wilderness areas within our nation. To be updated, click and join, free of charge, Audubon Action.

For Oregon state news regarding our natural resources and their protection, check out the Portland Audubon website.

For local conservation news and issues, see the current issue of the Grebe

Contact phone numbers, addresses and emails are located for your various elected representatives. Taking a few minutes to drop a line to them on an issue dear to your heart is effective action. These people do listen especially when a constituent takes the effort and time to set forth their thoughts and opinions. It shows you are aware, educated and care about the issues. Thank you for taking the time to preserve the environment for the health of this generation and many generations to come.

Your Legislators:

State:

Senator Doug Whitsett (R)     Dist 028
    900 Court Street, NE
    Suite S-302
    Salem Oregon 97301
    Phone (503) 986-1728
    Fax: (503) 986-1987
    Email:

Representative Bill Garrard (R)
    Dist 056
    900 Court Street, SE
    Suite H-484
    Salem, Oregon 97301-4061
    Phone: (503) 986-1456
    Fax: (503) 986-1561
    Email:

National:

Senators:

Senator Ron Wyden (D)
    United States Senate
    230 Dirksen Senate Office Building
    Washington D.C. 20510-0001
    Phone: (202) 224-5244
    Fax: (202) 228-2712
    Email: wyden.senate.gov/contact/

Senator Jeff Merkley (D)
    United States Senate
    313 Hart Senate Office Building
    Washington D.C. 20510
    Phone: (202) 224-3753
    Email: merkley.senate.gov/contact/

Representative:

Representative Greg Walden (R)
    United States House of Representatives
    1210 Longworth House Building
    Washington D.C. 20515-0001
    Phone: (202) 225-6730
    Fax: (202) 225-5774
    Email: walden.house.gov/index.cfm?FuseAction=ContactGreg.ContactFormIQ