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Wednesday photo of the week: smile for a salamander

 

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Wednesday photo of the week: seeking tadpoles

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Wednesday photo of the week: making his own trail

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Wednesday photo of the week: explorer

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Wednesday photo of the week: her own little world

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January stroll through Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

I decided to take Afton on a stroll through Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge () in SE Portland, and was surprised to see some new boardwalks and overlook. Nicely done, Portland Parks and Recreation! (pics) Fresh beaver chew: Now we’ve emerged from Oaks Bottom … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo of the week: a walk in the rain

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A walk on the east side (Springwater Corridor, Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, OMSI’s Salmon Walk)

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BOOK REVIEW: Selected nature titles from Dawn Publications

If you are interested in nature books for children, whether a parent or educator, those offered by Dawn Publications are the way to go. They recently sent me several titles, and they represent just some of the diversity of their … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo of the week: water bugs, where are you?

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