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Attracting Native Pollinators by Mace Vaughan

Attracting Native Pollinators by Mace Vaughan

Posted by Karly Hedrick at Apr 17, 2014 11:25 AM |

Mace Vaughan from the Xerces Society presented our final Nature Night of 2014 on Attracting Native Pollinators. Check out the slides from his engaging presentation to learn more about native bees, the challenges they face, and how you can help.

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Just how dangerous are rattlesnakes?

Just how dangerous are rattlesnakes?

Posted by Karly Hedrick at Apr 09, 2014 12:00 AM |

Nature writer and reptile specialist, Alan St. John, gives tips on how you can avoid rattlesnakes during your next outdoor adventure.

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Things we love: nature apps

Things we love: nature apps

Posted by Karly Hedrick at Apr 08, 2014 12:00 AM |

As the warmer weather and longer days call you outside, we thought you might like to know some of our favorite nature apps.

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Five reasons to join us for a 2014 Walk or Hike

Five reasons to join us for a 2014 Walk or Hike

Posted by Karly Hedrick at Apr 01, 2014 08:20 AM |

Hike season is officially here and our 2014 roster is our best yet! Read on for five great reasons to get out and hike with Central Oregon's best...

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Central Oregon Wildflowers by Mark Turner

Central Oregon Wildflowers by Mark Turner

Posted by Karly Hedrick at Mar 20, 2014 11:25 AM |

Our March Nature Night on Central Oregon Wildflowers with Mark Turner was the perfect way to celebrate the coming of spring. Check out the slides from Mark's presentation highlighting a wide variety of local wildflowers with his stunning photography.

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