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Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest

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When: May 31, 2017 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Contact:
Marissa Duncan
971-222-6131

May 31 & June 4 | This class will focus on two groups notorious for giving birdwatchers a stiff neck and bewildered stare: warblers and flycatchers.

Tailed Frog - Ivan PhillipsenMay 31 (Wed), 7pm–9pm: Class in Heron Hall

June 4 (Sun), 8am–4pm: Field Trip (transportation provided): $95 members / $115 non-members (transportation provided)

Class-only Option: $14

Over 30 species of frogs and salamanders inhabit the Pacific Northwest, and Dr. Ivan Phillipsen will introduce you to the basics of their fascinating world. On the field trip, we’ll have a fun day searching for amphibians in several natural habitats. Field trip involves hiking 4 miles through the forest on a sometimes-rocky trail that has a mostly gentle gradient.

Class with Field Trip, limited to 12 participants:

 
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