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Kenn Kaufman

Kenn Kaufman is an author, artist, teacher, traveler, and naturalist who has focused on birds since the age of six—earning him the odd distinction of having received the American Birding Association's lifetime achievement award twice, in 1992 and again in 2008. Kenn is a field editor for Audubon magazine and a regular contributor to every major birding magazine. He is editor of the popular Kaufman Field Guides series, which includes volumes on North American birds (both English and ...

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Kimberly Kaufman

Kimberly Kaufman is an Ohio native whose lifelong love of the outdoors grew into a passion for birds in the 1990s. She monitored nesting Bald Eagles for the Ohio Division of Wildlife and ran bluebird trails before she began banding migrant songbirds for the Black Swamp Bird Observatory (BSBO). Kim's involvement with BSBO escalated as she became the observatory's education director in 2005 and then executive director in 2009, a position she still holds. Kim played a key role in startin...

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Ansar Khan

Ansar Khan was born in Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, one of the top birding sites in Asia. His father, Bholu Khan, has been the Chief Forest Ranger in that park for over twenty years. As a child, Ansar developed a passion for birds and wildlife. He started his career as a bird and nature tour leader in 2000 working for Exotic Journeys, one of the most highly respected travel companies in India. Ansar has a vast work experience in birding and wildlife viewing. He has led tours t...

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Glenn Klingler

Glenn Klingler spent over 20 years as a wildlife biologist specializing in endangered birds. He has worked on projects studying Spotted Owls, Kirtland’s Warblers, Red-cockaded Woodpeckers, Peregrine Falcons, Marbled Murrelets, Elegant Trogons, Black-footed Ferrets, Chiricahua Leopard Frogs, and Karner Blue Butterflies. Glenn also conducted extensive work with the critically-endangered Hawaiian Crow in Hawaii, where he lived in a remote field camp for three years. He has birded on five c...

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Bramble Klipple

Bramble Klipple is the Senior Director of Philanthropy at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Prior to joining the Lab, Bramble worked in development at The Nature Conservancy for eight years, serving most recently as Director of Foundation Relations–Global Strategies and sitting on TNC’s development leadership team. She also served as the director of TNC’s Campaign Resources and Information Team, and the director of the Proposal Development Team. Prior to her time at TNC, Bramb...