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Mammals of Oregon 2: Carnivores & Hoofed Mammals : CANCELLED

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When: Mar 29, 2017 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Contact:
Marissa Duncan
971-222-6131

Mar. 29 & Apr. 1 | Naturalist Ivan Phillipsen will introduce you to the habitats, behaviors, and identification of numerous species that you might encounter in wild places.

Pronghorn- Ivan Phillipsen
Pronghorn- Ivan Phillipsen
This class has unfortunately been cancelled.  Thank you for your interest! 

Mar. 29th (Wed), 7PM - 9PM: Class in Heron Hall
Apr. 1st (Sat), 8AM - Noon: Local Field Trip

Large mammals still roam the forests, mountains, and open country of Oregon.  We are sometimes luck enough to encounter these fascinating animals in the wild but mammals can be surprisingly elusive, making them less familiar to many of us than birds or other animals.  In this class, you'll learn about the diversity of Oregon's cats, bears, canines, weasels, deer, sheep, and more.  Your instructor, Dr. Ivan Phillipsen, will introduce you to the habitats, behaviors, and identification of numerous species that you might encounter in wild places.  The field trip will be to a local wildlife refuge or similar location, where mammals and their sign might be observed. 
 
Fee for Class with Field Trip, limited to 14 participants:

  $50 members / $65 non-members

(Event Type = Adult Class with Field Trip)

Fee for Class-only Option:
 

$14

(Event Type = Adult Class)

 

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