Category Archives: oregon field guide

Oregon Field Guide: Forest Park BioBlitz

I know a few of the people in this video, fun!

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Our 15 minutes: Muddy Boots segment on Oregon Field Guide!

Click on the image above to watch the Oregon Field Guide segment about the Muddy Boots Family Nature Club in Portland. You’ll see Patrick and I in it, look for the boy with a maroon hat on! I contacted OPB … Continue reading

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Upcoming events, one is tonight!

Tonight Head to the Southwest Community Center to hear Audubon naturalist Bob Sallinger talk about coyotes at 7pm (link): February 3rd 2pm, at Portland City Hall: Intertwine Alliance Summit: Meet conservation leaders from across the US and network with your peers … Continue reading

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Monday thought of the week: a change of attitude

A thought: Among those boxes of letters and drawings are some that contain intimate thoughts on how much Nature means to a child. Most of the beautiful messages and drawings reflect an original thought. Sometimes, however, their new knowledge conflicted … Continue reading

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Swift Watch 2011, Chapman Elementary School

Every September, thousands of Vaux Swifts roost in the chimney of Chapman Elementary School in north Portland during their migration south. Since we moved here, I had heard that watching them head into the chimney at dusk was a spectacle. … Continue reading

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