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Oregon Field Guide

Sudden Oak Death

OPB | Oct. 6, 2006 10 a.m.

A tree-killing disease threatens to cause huge environmental problems in Oregon's forests.

Oregon Field Guide

Restoring Animal Corridors

OPB | Oct. 6, 2006 10 a.m.

Efforts are being made to create ways for wild animals to cross busy roadways.

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Original Broadcast: March 22, 2007

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Mars Rover; Pond Turtles; Tram Story; Ironworkers

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High Lava Plains; Dragonfly Watching; Mountain Quail; Stout Mountain Photo Essay

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Original Broadcast: November 17, 2006

Middle Owyhee River; Fish Hatchery Lab; Anthony Lakes Skiing

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Original Broadcast: November 3, 2006

Wildcat Haven; Walking History Tour of Portland; Freshwater Mussels

Oregon Field Guide:#1804
Original Broadcast: October 27, 2006

Wave Energy; Salmon Tracking; Skateboarding

Oregon Field Guide:#1803
Original Broadcast: October 20, 2006

Managing Cougar Populations; Indian Village Excavation; Kayak Fishing

Oregon Field Guide:#1802
Original Broadcast: October 13, 2006

Sudden Oak Death; Restoring Animal Corridors

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Major Support Provided By: Dorothy D. Gage and Dan Stanton, Fred and Clara Dolen Charitable Foundation

Additional Support Provided By: Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird, Christine and David Vernier, Coit Family Foundation, Beth Torry Miller Trust, Greenfield/Hartline Habitat Conservation Fund of the Nature Conservancy, The Roundhouse Foundation, Bonnie and Peter Reagan