[Tweeters] Re: Winter Wings Festival in Klamath Falls, OR, February 16-19 2017

David Hewitt dhewitt37 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 12:51:17 PST 2016

Hi everyone,

Just a heads up that the full program schedule for the Winter Wings
Festival in Klamath Falls, Oregon is posted at the web site:


If you're planning to join us -- and we hope you are! -- online
registration will open *this Saturday morning at 9 AM*. Many of the popular
field trips like the owl prowls fill within the first hours of registration
being open. So check out the schedule and be ready to register!

- Dave Hewitt, Klamath Falls

On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 12:01 PM, David Hewitt <dhewitt37 at gmail.com> wrote:

> The annual Winter Wings Festival in Klamath Falls, Oregon has another

> impressive schedule for 2017 and we hope you'll plan to join us!


> http://winterwingsfest.org/


> Of particular interest for birders, we'll have keynote participation by *Scott

> Weidensaul* and *Paul Bannick*. Scott returns to the festival for the

> second time and will speak about Project SNOWstorm, a huge collaborative

> investigation into the lives of Snowy Owls. He'll also be signing copies of

> his new book: The Peterson Reference Guide to Owls. Paul will also be

> speaking about owls and his new book: A Year in the Lives of North American

> Owls.


> The 2017 festival will also feature Canon Explorer of Light and premier

> wildlife photographer *Chas Glatzer*.


> The Klamath Basin is renowned for its massive wintering population of Bald

> Eagles, but is prime habitat for many other raptors including owls, as well

> as a stunning abundance and diversity of waterfowl. Join us for an array of

> field trips, workshops, presentations, and receptions that highlight the

> wonders of the Klamath Basin in winter.


> Be sure to check out the episode of Birding Adventures TV with James

> Currie that features the Winter Wings Festival in 2016, which is linked on

> our home page.


> We hope to see you soon!


> Dave Hewitt, Klamath Falls


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