Category Archives: tadpoles/frogs

Monday thought of the week: “If only Richard Louv could see this…”

This week’s thought comes from a great experience Patrick and I had over the weekend. We went on a bimaran canoe tour of Smith and Bybee Wetlands (more on that in a seperate post), and afterwards Patrick, Jasper (whose mother … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo of the week: searching for tadpoles

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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 … Continue reading

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Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge (website/map) Date visited: 27 March 2010 Previous visits: none Photos (others’ photos) All posts mentioning “Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge” Books: Dave Anderson/Audubon Society of Portland, A field guide to Oaks Bottom (1979) Facebook/Facebook/Twitter Although we did … Continue reading

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