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Keith Kamper

Keith Kamper

Keith Kamper grew up in Michigan where he spent his childhood observing and catching snakes, frogs, turtles, and insects. He became hooked on birds at an early age and has amassed 35 years of serious birding experience, including over 17 years as a professional birding guide. He has led tours in Mexico, Belize and Guatemala, and enjoys birding the neotropics and beyond; his favorite area to bird and to guide, however, is southeast Arizona, where he has guided for Adventure Birding Company since 2006.

Keith is a founding member of the Arizona Field Ornithologists and is vice president of Tucson Audubon Society’s Board of Directors; he also serves on Tucson Audubon’s Conservation Committee and chairs its new Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility workgroup. Keith also has a strong interest in the status and distribution of Arizona’s birds, and serves on the Arizona Bird Committee.

Keith enjoys everything from targeted birding and photo tours to relaxed outings to observe avian behavior. He is particularly adept at identifying birds by their vocalizations. For Keith, the only thing more exciting than finding a rare or special bird is sharing that finding with others. He especially enjoys sharing his passion with newer birders, young and young at heart.