Friday, May 3, 2019
Take a leisurely walk with naturalist Ralph Thomas Rogers on the Deschutes River Trail, where we'll learn about riparian ecology with an emphasis on birds, plants and butterflies. We’ll be hiking out and back on the river trail.
Because a fire last fall had burned much of the area we will be hiking through, it offers a great opportunity to discuss fire ecology of this mostly shrub-steppe habitat of the Columbia Basin. While much of the riparian area is still intact there is also considerable damage, and we will discuss what impacts this will have on the Deschutes River ecology.
Bring your favorite field guide or plant ID book as this will be a great opportunity to spend time talking about and identifying many species. This will be a slower-paced walk with frequent stops for discussion.
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