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 Harry Fuller Birding Tours

Four Days in May

In late May, 2009, eleven birders came to the Ashland area on a trip organized by the Golden Gate Audubon Society. Among them was Ruth Tobey who organizes the paid field trips for GGAS. And there were some fine photographers along. We had about 130 species. And everybody got a lifer or a dozen lifers or several dozen, depending on their past western birding travels.

We birded Ashland, Mount Ashland in the Siskiyous, Howard Prarie, the foothills of the Cascades, and the Klamath basin which is east of the Cascades. A fourth day for some took us to Burney Falls in California where we saw the Black Swifts that nest around the waterfalls.

Read all about it! Complete with plenty of photos...

Some of Harry Fuller's photos below:

 Wilson's Phalarope with reflection.  Photo by Harry Fuller.  White-faced Ibis.  Photo by Harry Fuller.  Green-tailed Towhee.  Photo by Harry Fuller.  Dusky Flycatcher, Mount Ashland.  Photo by Harry Fuller.

TOWHEE.NET:  Harry Fuller, 820 NW 19th Street, McMinnville, OR 97128