OBA Logo Caps
OBA logo caps are made by Port and Company with the OBA logo embroidered by Bear Prints Screen Printing and Embroidery in Bend, Oregon. They are adjustable, one size fits all (or most). Protect your noggin from the sun’s rays, shield your eyes from glare for better birding and show your OBA pride all with this stylish, two-tone hat. You now have two color choirces–khaki with a navy blue bill or khaki with a hunter green bill.
NOTE: Shipping is included in the price of the hat.
OBA long-sleeved T-shirts are light weight, long sleeved and made by Port and Company. They are 98% pre-shrunk cotton and 2% unspecified “other.” The full-color OBA logo was silk-screened on the shirts by Blue Mountain Embroidery and Silk Screening in La Grande, Oregon.
These shirts are available in unisex adult sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large, and Extra-Extra Large. They may run just a teeny bit small, so if unsure, order the next size up. Being preshrunk, they shouldn’t shrink.
Let people know you are a member of the premier birding organization in Oregon.
OBA Drinking Cups
Celebrate 35 years of OBA with our new Silipints! Made in Bend, Oregon, and customized for OBA, these unbreakable silicone cups are microwave- and dishwasher- safe and great for hot or cold beverages.
The 16 oz. cup comes with a lid, as pictured; the 8 oz. model does not include a lid. Whatever your beverage of choice, get your Silipint now and raise a toast to 35 years of OBA!
Carry this Birding Business Card with you and leave it at the places you shop or eat on your birding trips. This is an excellent tool for promoting habitat conservation wherever you visit. It lets people know the reason you are there, supporting their economy. Cards are 10 for $1.50 with free shipping.
Checklist of Oregon Birds
Field checking card that fits into field guide
Pack of 10 — $6.00 or one for $1
Oregon Breeding Bird Atlas on CD
Culmination of a 5-year project — the largest wildlife survey in Oregon’s history! — $25.00
No. 19. GUIDE TO THE BIRDS OF THE ROGUE VALLEY by Barbara Massey and Dennis Vroman. 2003.
— SALE $15.00
Image at left: Guide to the Birds of Rogue Valley
No. 6. BIRDS OF NORTHEAST OREGON: An Annotated Checklist for Union and Wallowa Counties by Joe Evanich. 2nd edition (revised). ISBN-1-877693-20-0. 1992.
— SALE $3.00
No. 10. CUMULATIVE INDEX TO OREGON BIRDS, VOL. 1-22. Compiled by Alan Contreras. — $5.50.
No. 14. A DISTRIBUTIONAL LIST OF THE LAND BIRDS OF WEST CENTRAL OREGON 2002 by Alfred C. Shelton. Edited by Noah K. Strycker.
— SALE $10.00
No. 18. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ORNITHOLOGY IN MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON. This book features 1910-1915 field observations from Malheur County, including never-before-published field notes of Edward A. Preble, which have been kept by the Smithsonian Institution archives.
— SALE $8.00