PRNSA Field Institute Instructor

John teaches naturalist, interpretive and docent training classes and leads trips throughout California and the western states for birds (especially hawks and owls), marine mammals and animals large and small. It is equally possible to find him on the side of a mountain, knee deep in a tide pool, soaking in a hot spring, or helping someone add an elusive bird to their life list. Wherever you find him, there will be an adventure not soon forgotten. He is an author and writer on topics of conservation, stewardship and the environment and has been recognized by the California State Senate and Assembly, the Sierra Club and conservation councils in Marin and Sonoma counties for his environmental education efforts. John can be followed on Facebook at John Klobas Wildlife Adventures.



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an aerial view of the Point Reyes headlands with a green-topped bluffs overlooking the ocean.