Photo: Sean Rea.

Central Oregon Wildflowers by Mark Turner

Mar 20, 2014 by Deschutes Land Trust
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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Thanks to those of you who came out to our March Nature Night on Central Oregon Wildflowers! And thanks to Mark Turner for his excellent presentation!

Did you miss the name of an interesting flower? Or maybe you weren't able to make the presentation? We've got you covered. Here are the slides from Mark's presentation featuring the small to the showy wildflowers of Central Oregon in his stunning photography.

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Mark Turner is a photographer and field guide author with a passion for wildflowers and other native plants. Mark is a native of West Virginia, where he began learning about wildflowers and photography as a boy. He still has his pressed flower collection from a 4-H project when he was in elementary school. Mark studied photography at Rochester Institute of Technology and is a self-taught botanist. He is an accomplished public speaker and has given programs for numerous garden clubs, native plant societies, and the Northwest Flower and Garden Show. In a perfect world he would spend most of his time during each growing season in the field photographing plants and their habitats.

***Thanks to North Rim, Lind/White Group at Merrill Lynch, and Arbor Mortgage for making Nature Nights possible.***