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2nd Grade on the Bay
2nd graders at the bay is a tradition in Tillamook where hands-on learning meets the sea.
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Setting up backyard habitat sounds nice, but does it really make an ecological difference?
Field Guide Producer Vince Patton
Oregon Field Guide producer Vince Patton prepares for retirement.
OFG Nature Break: Silver Falls State Park
Silver Falls State Park is the largest state park in Oregon and one of the most popular.
1 Million Plants In A Year
A bold project to plant 1 million trees and shrubs in a single year.
Alvord Desert Gliders
Glider pilots enjoy the thrill and beauty of the big wild above the Alvord desert.
Oregon river legend, Buzz Holmstrom.
Crayfish vs. Newt
As the climate changes the consequences are playing out in some surprising ways.
Bull Run Quake Science
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Ridefield Photo Essay
The sights and sounds of the wildlife at the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge.
Relocating young trumpeter swans from Alaska and Wyoming to boost populations in Oregon.
Invasive Species BBQ
Addressing the problem of invasive species – one bite at a time.
Monarchs & Milkweed
People plant milkweed to feed monarchs whose populations are plummeting.
Pikas are the adorable masters of the high country.
Nature Break: Elk at Mount St. Helens
Oregon Field Guide's Nature Break: Elk at Mount St. Helens
Christmas season wouldn't be complete without the ship parade!
Moving Meacham Creek
A massive restoration project is underway in Northeast Oregon at Meacham Creek
Despite a crippling injury, a couple sets out to see 365 waterfalls in a year.
Find out why hundreds of downhill skateboarders and street lugers gather at Maryhill.
Hole in the Lake
Lost Lake has holes that drain and suck the water into the lava below. Where does it go?
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The government responds to sea lions eating salmon with severe measures.
Columbia Spotted Frogs require full time water yet find a way to live in the desert.
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