Q:  What was the name of the war that took place from 1872-1873 in the Klamath region?

A:  The Modoc War, or Modoc Campaign (also known as the Lava Beds War), was an armed conflict between the Native American Modoc tribe and the United States Army in southern Oregon and northern California from 1872 to 1873. The Modoc War was the last of the Indian Wars to occur in California or Oregon. 

Q: During peak migration, how many birds pass through the Klamath Basin?

A:  The refuges along the border of Oregon and California (Lower Klamath and Tule Lake) host upwards of 80% of the migrating waterfowl that use the Pacific Flyway, numbering at times to over a million birds and including large numbers of Ross's Geese. These refuges and the surrounding agricultural lands also provide hunting grounds for one of the densest concentrations of wintering raptors in the country. Indeed, the Basin hosts the largest wintering concentration of Bald Eagles in the lower 48 states, many of which roost together in Bear Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Q:  How many meters/feet does Abert Rim in Oregon’s Outback rise above the valley floor?

A: One of the highest fault scarps in the United States, Abert Rim rises 760 meters (2,490 ft) above the valley floor, finishing with a 250-meters (820 ft) sheer-sided basalt cap.