KATHLEEN CAMERON – FOUNDER/GUIDE
Kathleen Cameron is a native Idahoan, photographer, filmmaker and avid bird watcher. She hold a B.A in Art and Mass Communications from William Paterson University and Masters Degrees from both Columbia University and Walsh University. Cameron became an avid birder in 1993. After taking her first International birding trip she felt a calling to organize birding tours beginning in 2009, with Edwin Ramirez, to the southern hemisphere toward fostering a greater understanding of the ecological connections between Central, South and North America. Her goal is to impart a deeper understanding of how connections, both intrapersonal and interpersonal grained via eco-tourism can result in saving vital habitat.
Kathleen’s photography has been published extensively in Idaho Department of Fish and Game publications and on their websites. Additionally she is a documentary filmmaker. She is a sub-regional editor for North American Birds, a publication of the American Birding Association, and is a frequent speaker at Audubon Chapters across Idaho and the Northwest Region. Her multimedia programs focus on hemispheric ecological connections, and the importance of habitat preservation.
Majestic Feathers is a proud supporter of the Bio-Cultural Conservation and Restoration of Finca La Paz. The short name for this conservation NGO is the Elvira Foundation.
Please visit our Giving Back page to learn more about this NGO.