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Where to go: to visit a nature center

This is the first in a new series of posts on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month that will highlight great places to go in the Portland region for a particular nature activity. ——————– Where to go: to … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo of the week: canoe paddle

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Wednesday photo of the week: catching a salamander

Although not in Portland, I really like this photo of Patrick holding a long-toed salamander at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Washington, which Patrick and I visited on Sunday morning for a family bird walk as part of their annual … Continue reading

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Morning family bird walk at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, WA

The 9th of October, a rainy Sunday morning, brought Patrick and I to the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge (Friends) in Washington. That weekend was their annual Birdfest, and we went for a morning family bird walk at the River S … Continue reading

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This weekend: Birdfest at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

Patrick and I will be going to a family bird walk at 8am on Sunday morning (meeting at the Kiwa trail head parking area).

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Talk about David Douglas, Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, July 10th

From the RNWR/Plankhouse: The Cathlapotle Second Sunday Series continues with “David Douglas Among the Peoples of the Lower Columbia, 1825-1833″presented by Jack Nisbet at 12:30pm. Throughout the Pacific Northwest, Scottish naturalist David Douglas depended on the hospitality of local people … Continue reading

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