Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

The day after visiting Graham Oaks Nature Park, Patrick and I headed over to Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge in the Sellwood area of Portland. In particular, we wanted to see Great Blue Herons (we did), but there were a few special moments as well: holding a frog, watching a hummingbird in its nest, finding tadpoles, and also finding a woolly bear caterpillar (although it was a dead one). As you’ll see in a few photos, Patrick has become quite fond of sharing his discoveries with others on the trail. Photos:

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, Portland, OR

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