FHL Speaker Series: Author Harry Fuller

Join the Friends of Hannon Library and author Harry Fuller for The Klamath BasinWater and Waterfowl—

Thursday, May 9, 2019
4 pm
Meese Room, Hannon Library (SOU Campus)

During the event, Harry will discuss his books and explain why the Klamath Basin is such a rich birding location. He will also discuss how the area came to be one of the first wildlife refuges.

Harry Fuller has lived in Oregon since 2007. Before retirement, he managed both TV and internet newsrooms in San Francisco and London. Fuller has written three natural history books, including Freeway Birding and Great Gray Owls in California, Oregon and Washington. He has been leading bird trips and teaching birding classes since the 1990s. Annual trips that Fuller leads include trips in Oregon and Washington for Klamath Bird Observatory, Road Scholar and Golden Gate Audubon.

Next year Oregon State University Press will publish a book of essays about Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, titled Edge of Awe.  It will include his essay on the Common Nighthawks to be seen there in abundance.  Fuller’s birding journal can be accessed online at atowhee.blog.

As part of the Friends of Hannon Library Speaker Series, this event is free and open to the public. Attendees can get free campus parking for this event by visiting any campus parking meter and using this code: FHL1904.

If you need disability accommodations to participate in this event, please contact Disability Resources at (541) 552-6213. For more information, contact Hannon Library Administration at libraryevents@sou.edu or 541- 552-6816.

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