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Oregon Field Guide

Condors and Lead Bullets

Endangered condors released to the wild get ill and die from lead poisoning.

Oregon Field Guide

Outdoor School

Outdoor School has been part of life in Oregon for more than 40 years. We look at the past and present of this beloved institution.

Oregon Field Guide

Autumn Rivers Photo Essay

A beautiful tour of Oregon's rivers in Autumn.

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Diving for Science (2411)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2411
Most Recent Broadcast: January 19, 2017

River of the Rogues (2410)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2410
Most Recent Broadcast: January 12, 2017

Condors & Lead (2407)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2407
Most Recent Broadcast: March 29, 2018

Aerial Fish Stocking; Hiking from Portland to the Pacific Coast; Stormwater (2406)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2406
Original Broadcast: November 8, 2012

Cloud Cap Inn; Drift Diving; Jim Rogers (2405)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2405
Original Broadcast: November 1, 2012

Mt. Hood's Volcanic Past; Warren Falls; Yellow Tuft Alyssum (2404)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2404
Original Broadcast: October 25, 2012

Cattle Drives; Gorge Weeds; Timberline 75th (2403)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2403
Original Broadcast: October 18, 2012

Citizen Science; Ice Diving; Time-Lapse Photography (2402)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2402
Original Broadcast: October 11, 2012

Cranberry Farming; Grebes Walk on Water; North Umpqua Geology (2401)

Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2401
Original Broadcast: October 4, 2012


Major Support Provided By:
Carol and Velma Saling Foundation
William K. Blount Family

Additional Support Provided By:
Coit Family Foundation
Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird
Christine and David Vernier
Greenfield/Hartline Habitat Conservation Fund of the Nature Conservancy.

Special thanks for support by:
The Roundhouse Foundation, Barbara Emily Knudsen Charitable Foundation, Bonnie and Peter Reagan, Lee and Marcia Stevenson and Elaine Whitley