McKenzie River

BIRDS OF WALTERVILLE CANAL AND POND

By Dan Gleason
Tentative list as of 2/19/07

(Includes birds in habitat visible across the canal and orchard not part of EWEB property)
Notes: (C) = Confirmed sightings
(P) = Possible species to look for

Special Weather Statement for South willamette valley, OR

issued by the National Weather Service, Portland, OR

Updated Oct 9, 2012, 6:25am pdt

 

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... a significant weather change expected late in the week...

McKenzie Memories

Saturday October 13, 2 - 4:30 pm, Bijou Art Cinemas

Theatre B, 492 East 13th Street, Eugene

Whitewater Boat ParadeThe McKenzie River Trust will host the Living River Film Festival this month. It will fill three days, three venues, 11 films, speakers, local brew, tree climbing and more - all in celebration of Oregon landscapes and a benefit for the nonprofit.
Brandi Ferguson, Development Manager for the Trust says, “As a nonprofit regional land conservation group, our mission is to help preserve the unique landscapes that surround us and so for our annual event this year we are offering a film festival that will connect the audience to our stunning Oregon landscapes through film.”

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