The Klamath Basin offers a rich variety of diverse habitats that makes this area ideal for Birders wishing to catch a glimpse of common and rare birds who frequent this area.
The wide variety of diverse habitat that sits between the Cascade Mountain Range and the high deserts of the Great Basin with its rivers, lakes, meadows, coniferous forests, juniper woodlands, sagebrush grasslands and rocky outcroppings attracts over 350 bird species, up to 80% of all birds in the Pacific Flyway, numbering at times to over a million birds.
There is no bad time of year to see the birds. In the spring the area turns into a rookery with nesting birds in great abundance. In the fall the migrating birds arrive in huge numbers and winter brings the largest concentration of Bald Eagles outside of Alaska.
We offer Guided Kayak Tours on all the major waterways. Viewing the birds from a kayak is an experience you will surely enjoy!
A common site along the waters of The Upper Klamath Basin!