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A closer look at snowflakes

A closer look at snowflakes

Posted by Stephanie Rohdy at Feb 05, 2016 12:30 PM |

If you have ever grappled with graupel or had a stellar view of a few stellars, you'll want to read this blog post about snow!

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Salmon in the Deschutes with Don Ratliff

Salmon in the Deschutes with Don Ratliff

Posted by Stephanie Rohdy at Jan 28, 2016 02:00 PM |

Retired fisheries biologist Don Ratliff presented our January Nature Night on Salmon in the Deschutes. Enjoy slides from his presentation and find his suggested resources to learn more about salmon, steelhead and the Deschutes River.

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10 quick facts about salmon

10 quick facts about salmon

Posted by Stephanie Rohdy at Jan 21, 2016 12:30 PM |

How many species of Pacific salmon are there? Which species of salmon is the largest? Brush up on your salmon knowledge before January's Nature Night!

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3 Steps for Tracking Wildlife in the Snow

3 Steps for Tracking Wildlife in the Snow

Posted by Stephanie Rohdy at Jan 08, 2016 08:00 AM |

Just because winter is here doesn't mean you need to hibernate. Winter tracking can get you outside in that fresh-fallen snow.

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If you leave tracks, turn back

If you leave tracks, turn back

Posted by Sarah Mowry at Jan 03, 2016 07:30 AM |

This winter as you head out to Whychus Canyon Preserve for a hike, we ask that you help us keep our trails in great shape by checking conditions before you hike. Read on for a current trail update.

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