Category Archives: tracking

BOOK: Who Pooped in the Cascades? Scats and Tracks for Kids and other titles from Farcountry Press

When we lived in Bozeman, MT, my son Patrick had Who Pooped in the Park? Yellowstone National Park: Scat and Tracks for Kids and it was a great book. We’re happy to see that a new one has been published … Continue reading

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Family Nature Explorers at Oxbow Regional Park

This Family Nature Explorers program with Metro took us to the Sandy River in Oxbow Regional Park () to learn about tracking animals and aquatic bugs. Our guide was Dan Daly, ever the perceptive naturalist. Some fellow nature buddies were there, … Continue reading

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My young explorer turned 5!

On March 27th we celebrated my son’s 5th birthday – with a party at Tryon Creek State Park. Ever since we told him his birthday was approaching, he asked everyday, “is it my day yet?” No, another 6 weeks. “Now?” … Continue reading

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Nature minute videos from Portland Metro

Via Metro: View short, fun videos of Metro naturalist James Davis exploring Metro parks in search of dragonflies, beavers, mushrooms, animal tracks and more. There are 5 videos up so far, viewable here: Up close Get up close to nature … Continue reading

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