You don’t have to delve into the densest rainforest or the deepest ocean trench to discover new species. Chris Marshall finds them in the most familiar places.
NW Life | Flora and Fauna | Environment | Land | local | Oregon Field GuideOPB | Oct. 12, 2017 8:30 p.m. | Coos County, Oregon
LiDar technology helps identify Oregon's tallest trees. But humans still need to climb the trees to confirm those readings.
Parkdale, Oregon, is known for its agriculture, but the quiet winter months offer supreme opportunities for photography, especially with the majestic Mount Hood as its backdrop.
The largest living organism in the world hides out of sight in eastern Oregon.