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New trails at Whychus Canyon Preserve
New trails at Whychus Canyon Preserve
Apr 10, 2014
Crews have been busy over the winter building nearly two miles of new trails. With beautiful wildflowers and migrating songbirds, this is the season to check them out on your own or join us for a hike!
2014 Walks + Hikes
Apr 06, 2014
The Land Trust's 2014 Walk + Hike series has begun! From April-November Land Trust volunteer naturalists lead more than 100 free walks, hikes, and bike rides at various Land Trust protected lands.
Thousands of fry released in Whychus Creek
Apr 05, 2014
Last month 30,000 spring chinook fry were released in Whychus Creek, including spots at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve and Rimrock Ranch.
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Upcoming Events
Watch for birds like this tanager on a Land Trust bird walk. Photo: Kris Kristovich. April Nature Night: Attracting Native Pollinators
Apr 16, 2014
Enjoy a fascinating evening on native bees and stories about their conservation with scientist and insect wrangler Mace Vaughan.
Wildflower Hike, Alder Springs
Apr 18, 2014
Join Carol Moorehead for a hike to Alder Springs and beyond to the Deschutes River. Catch the first spring wildflowers as you hike down to Alder Springs, across Whychus Creek to the Deschutes.
Bird Walk, Camp Polk Meadow Preserve
Apr 21, 2014
Enjoy spring bird migrations to the fullest on a bird walk with Jan Rising at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve. Watch for songbirds and hummingbirds in the willows, warblers along the restored Whychus Creek, and woodpeckers working the pine groves.
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