503-602-0745 info@salemee.org
February 7, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Straub Environmental Learning Center
1320 A St NE
Salem, OR 97301
$5 for class, $10 for field trip
Jon Yoder
Wildlife of Oregon @ Straub Environmental Learning Center | Salem | Oregon | United States

The wildlife in Oregon are extremely diverse, ranging in size from the field mouse to the black bear. This program lead by naturalist Ron Crouse will use hides, furs and skulls to examine a variety of species that can be found in our state. We will work at learning how to identify animals and learn about their adaptations that help them to survive in the wild. On the following Saturday we will travel to a local wildlife refuge to observe some resident and migratory wildlife and search for wildlife signs. Be sure to bring binoculars and cameras if you wish. This program is appropriate for middle school students and older. The class is held at the Straub Environmental Learning Center (1320 A. St. NE) from 7:00-8:30 p.m. with a field trip to be arranged for the following Saturday. Cost for the class is $5 and cost for the field trip is $10. For more information go online to salemee.org or contact Jon Yoder at joyoder@wildblue.net