Nov 30, 2017
I like to interview interesting people for my Photographing the West podcast and Harry Fuller certainly is one. During a career in journalism, he lost interest in baseball and took up birding instead. After moving to San Francisco, he rapidly advanced from beginning birder to expert birder and began to write about birds. In the process of moving from San Francisco to Ashland, Oregon, he discovered many birding hot spots along I-5 and went on to write a book about them and other birding spots between San Francisco and Seattle. His second book describes his adventures in finding and documenting the Great Gray Owl in California, Oregon and Washington. Finally, his just published third book describes the natural history of San Francisco from pre-Columbian times to the present.
Harry's journalistic training and experience lead him to do a deep dive into any subject that interests him. You won't regret purchasing any of his books:
January 24-28, 2018: I will be at the 2018 Snow Goose Festival in Chico, California. I will give three presentations: Great Gray Owls, Sandhill Cranes and on birding Interstate 5. Also I will be leading a couple field trips, including one focused on the wintering cranes.
March 2-6 I will lead a fund-raising trip for Klamath Bird Observatory onto the Olympic Peninsula. Some of our target birds will be Rhino Auklets, Harlequin and Long-tailed Duck, Red-necked Grebe, all three scoter sp. and Trumpeter Swans.
March 15th: I will speak at the Sacramento Audubon Society meeting. Topic: Birding I-5 and the Great Gray Owl.
March 16th: I will speak at the Lindsay Museum, Walnut Creek, CA, Topic: Great Gray Owls. They house the only living, captive Great Gray Owl in California.
Contact Info: Harry Fuller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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