Erin started doing rehab over 20 years ago. She grew up just up the road from Badger Run in what is now the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument. Her love of the outdoors and the creatures that inhabited it started very young. Birding the Klamath Refuge complex with her father became a regular occurrence by the time she hit middle school. During these birding trips Erin’s love for all things avian came to the forefront where it has remained ever since. This led to getting involved in wildlife rehabilitation through Badger Run and the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council. Erin has since found she can best serve the wildlife she loves by using her artwork as a way to engage people and bring awareness to wildlife and habitat conservation. She also leads bird walks and talks in Jackson County and has been a long time volunteer for Badger Run.
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