Klamath Basin Audubon Society (KBAS) presents a free ZOOM on Tuesday, 14 December, 7 p.m. “Klamath Bluebird Trails” with Jerry Breazeale (retired City Manager, & member of KBAS & the North American Bluebird Society).
Pre-registration is required by Monday, 13 December. To register go to Klamath Basin Audubon Society https://www.klamathaudubon.org or call 877 541 2473.
Jerry Breazeale has been fascinated by bluebirds since childhood, & is now living his boyhood dream. He is an active member of the North American Bluebird Society, as well as a member of the Klamath Basin Audubon Society (KBAS) under which his current research is being conducted.
Last year he monitored more than 2 dozen “bluebird” nest boxes at 4 sites (Moore & Kit Carson Parks, Klamath Marsh area, & Miller Island Wildlife Area), examining the boxes every week during the 5-month nesting season (late March through July, or until the last occupants vacated the nest boxes). Interestingly – not all his nest-box babies were bluebirds! You’ll have to listen to his talk to find out more!
In 2013, Jerry retired from being City Manager for 8 years in Irrigon, Oregon (& before that he was City Manager for over 6 years in Heppner, Oregon). Jerry looks forward to presenting surprising findings from his first year of monitoring bluebird nest boxes in the Klamath Basin. He’ll also reveal his new sites for expanding the “Klamath Bluebird Trails,” and welcomes volunteers!