Learn about the Klamath Mountains at a presentation Saturday

The Klamath Mountains. Michael Kauffmann photo
December 3, 2022

Authors of natural history book to speak at SOU from 7 to 9 p.m.

The authors of a natural history book about the Klamath Mountains will discuss the geological feature at a free talk from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Southern Oregon University Science Building, 1250 Ashland St., Room 151, according to a news release.

“The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History” authors Michael Kauffmann and Justin Garwood will touch on the features that makes the mountain range — which spans northwest California and southwest Oregon — unique, with a focus on climate, geology, water, fire, plants, and animals,

“All of which, when taken together, define one of the most biodiverse temperate mountain ranges on Earth,” the news release says.

The event is sponsored by the Northwest Nature Shop, Rogue Valley Audubon Society, and KS Wild. Visit northwestnatureshop.com/event/an-evening-with-kauffmann-and-garwood-authors-of-the-klamath-mountains-a-natural-history for more information.

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