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Jun 9, 2010
When you’re staring out at yet another bank of late spring storm clouds, it’s hard not to feel a little outgunned. Help to even the odds for ongoing battles with the elements with this flyweight,...
Jun 7, 2010
The recent heartbreaking images of brown pelicans struggling for survival in the Gulf lend tremendous gravity to an upcoming art exhibition by the Portland Audubon Society.
On June 26, the group...
Jun 3, 2010
News and Notes
Well, here’s a top ten list that Oregon definitely doesn’t want to be a part of.
Yesterday, the Washington D.C.-based conservation group, American Rivers, which also has offices in Portland and...
Jun 2, 2010
Well, it’s official. We’ve entered into another “Juneuary”, which, of course, is the much less popular (and polar opposite) cousin to the lingering unseasonal weather pattern known as the Indian...
May 28, 2010
Well, it’s finally here: A looooong weekend. I know I could use one. The office has been a bit of a bear this week. But now that I’ve blown the cobwebs off my blog, it’s high time to get you...
May 21, 2010
By-bee By-bee Birdie Weather wise, it’s been a tough week. But for us bird geeks, one surefire cure for the drizzle-induced doldrums is spying some songbirds. And more than 25 species—yellow...
May 20, 2010
I don’t know about you, but the abundance dark clouds and bursts of showers lately have me dreaming of holing up in a movie theater for a few hours. Happy coincidence then that I noticed that the...
May 19, 2010
Well, it happened again: Our bike scene has been one-upped by a bunch of (apparently) pedal-happy Minnesotans. In their just released rankings for bike friendliness, The League of American...
May 18, 2010
On Sunday, as I barreled down I-84 with my friend Chris, bound for one last day of skiing up on Mount Hood, I glanced out of my Jeep’s driver-side window and took a good look at Mount St...
May 17, 2010
Christopher Van Tilburg, MD shares his insights on some common wilderness predicaments.
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