Category Archives: reptiles
FalconGuides has published a neat book for kids to learn about all those little critters they might come across when exploring outside. It is written and illustrated by John Himmelman, whose nature books we’ve enjoyed before (Mouse in a Meadow, … Continue reading
Via Oregon Wildlife: Interested in Oregon’s natural resources? Want a reason to get out of the house? Firsthand Oregon is a great excuse to get outside and learn about Oregon’s amazing wildlife and conservation challenges. The Approach: Small groups, led … Continue reading
Oregon Wildlife has posted videos of some of their recent lecture series on YouTube. Wolverines in Oregon: Bats of the Northwest: Snakes of Oregon: Beavers: California & Stellar Sea Lions: Black Bears: Moose: Pikas: Red Tree Voles: Woodpeckers: Purple Martins:
This would be great to go to, but that day Patrick and I will be herping at Tryon Creek State Park with The Wandering Herpetologist and then later I am heading to OMSI to see the Body Worlds exhibit. Via: … Continue reading
Details here. Here’s a photo from last year’s show:
Today we got to see Mr. Lizard and his collection of scaly creatures at the Capitol Hill Library (pictures). Our friends Jasper and Laura were there, too.
Catherine took Patrick to Smith and Bybee Wetlands in north Portland on Saturday for a nature walk to find Western Painted Turtles. Metro naturalist James Luther Davis, author of The Northwest Nature Guide: Where to Go and What to See … Continue reading