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Save the Dates – Feb 13-16, 2020

Save the Dates – Feb 13-16, 20202019-07-16T22:13:18+00:00

We welcome you to the 41st anniversary of the Winter Wings Festival in Klamath Falls, Oregon!

Planning is now underway for the 2020 program which will include birding, photography, and cultural trips, workshops, and presentations. We are pleased to announce one of three keynoters that will be joining us over Presidents’ Day Weekend. Watch this space for more program information. The complete 2020 program and schedule will be released around mid-November 2019. Online registration will begin the second week of December 2019. Plan to register early for the best choices. During the transition period, some of the 2019 program details will remain online from the previous festival.

We have completed our 2019 festival bird species count  and it’s 121.

The Winter Wings Festival is produced by Klamath Basin Audubon Society volunteers with support from sponsors, grants, and participant registration fees.  Proceeds from this festival support local grants to teachers and other entities for outdoor education and community nature-related projects.

2020 Keynoters

Coming soon!

Coming soon!

Rosemary Mosco
Rosemary MoscoNature cartoonist and writer

Saturday Feb. 15 Keynote – Comics for the Birds: Blending Bird Art, Humor, and Conservation

Announcing the 2019 Put a Bird IN It! Photo Contest Winners

1st Place
1st PlaceBruce Davis
2nd Place
2nd PlaceAbbott Schindler
3rd Place
3rd PlaceBob Timmel
4thPlace
4thPlaceBruce Davis
5th Place
5th PlaceJoyce Norman
6th Place
6th PlaceMary Williams Hyde
7th Place
7th PlaceKent Patrick Riley
8th Place
8th PlaceHeather Honeywell
9th Place
9th PlaceJordan Jones
10th Place
10th PlaceRick Dedrick

2019 Sponsors

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Thank you!

W​e want to thank all of our sponsors; without you this festival would not be possible! This project is funded in part by a grant from Klamath County.
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Check us out on YouTube!

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Check out the first ever television show about the Winter Wings Festival and birds of the Klamath Basin now on YouTube!

The show was created by James Currie, host of the nationally syndicated Nikon’s Birding Adventures, during his visit to the Klamath Basin in mid-February. Local birders Gerry Hill, Kevin Spencer, Dave Hewitt, and Harry Fuller (McMinnville) appear on the show.