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Klamath Mountains Winter Webinar Series

When: Thursdays, 7 p.m. Continues through March 11 2021
Price: $69 for the 10-part series, $10 per class
The Klamath Mountains, a region of northwest California and southwest Oregon about the size of Virginia, is a complex and fascinating place in terms of its Natural History. The Winter Webinar Series will share stories of how geology, climate, fire, and water provide the basis for the biological abundance of all living things across the Klamath Mountains — one of the most biodiverse places on Earth. For the last five years several handfuls of experts in their fields have been collaborating to share the stories of this region in one definitive volume, due in print summer 2021: "The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History." We have called upon this stellar collection of co-authors to offer you this 10-part class. Join us for any class ($10 each) or the entire 10-part series ($69)! Pre-registration is required. Thursday Evenings, 7-8pm PT: 1/7 - Intro to the Klamath Mountains + The Last Glacier 1/14 - Fire in the Klamath 1/21 - Geology of the Klamath 1/28 - Climate of the Klamath 2/4 - Rivers of the Klamath 2/11 - Plant Communities of the Klamath 2/18 - Fish, Reptiles, + Amphibians 2/25 - Mammals + Invertebrates 3/4 - Forest Pests of the Klamath 3/11 - Early Explorers of the Klamath



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