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Posts Tagged ‘Fishing’
You heard right – the clock is ticking on the wild coho salmon season!
Now that winter is on its way, you probably are worried about the dwindling number of outdoor activities happening in the Pacific Northwest. Sure, there’s still hunting and fall hiking, but there doesn’t seem to be a lot of organized outdoor events left in the year. Never fear – we’ve compiled the best outdoor-RELATED activities for the month of November. These goings-on may not take you into the great outdoors, but they are a great chance to mingle with some like-minded people and prepare for next year’s activities. Enjoy!
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to hear from YOU!
That’s right – according to a posting on the Oregonian’s Oregon Outdoors blog, the USFWS will be holding two meetings in November and December to gather public input regarding the development of a management plan for the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. The plan is meant to be comprehensive and guide the refuge’s management and operations for the next 15 years. The USFWS is welcoming any and all questions, concerns, ideas or suggestions.
When are these meetings? Glad you asked. The meetings are schedule for:
If you think Portland is nothing more than a bunch of yuppies, you haven’t met the staff at Trackers Earth. Trackers Earth, formally Trackers NW, is an organization based in Portland, Ore., that is part outdoor education program, part wilderness survival program, part environmental activist group, and part sustainable living collective.
There may be a new role for America’s park rangers in the near future: public health educator.