News | Environment | NW Life | local | RecreationMedford Mail Tribune | May 25, 2017 3:58 p.m. | Crater Lake National Park
Park rangers had to rappel roughly 600 feet into the caldera just to spot the man, McCabe said. His fall landed him about 100 feet from the lake.
Climate change has long been considered a threat to the small mammal. But new research shows the outlook for survival in some areas to be more positive.
An invasive crayfish is thriving in Oregon's Crater Lake as the waters warm – putting the lake’s clarity and native creatures in jeopardy.