Natural History
Forests Fauna
Flora
Geology
Native People
Oregon History
Folklore
Cities
Geographic Regions
Reclaimed Lumber Wineries

Natural history

Oregon magazine
Columbia River history
University of Oregon Natural History Museum
Oregon Magazine Natural History
Oregon natural history, particularly Clatsop County
Lincoln County Natural History
Salem Library on-line History Project

Forests

Tillamook Forest Center
Links to national forests in Oregon USDA http://www.fs.fed.us/recreation/map/state_list.shtml#Oregon State Parks http://www.oregon.gov/OPRD/PARKS/index.shtml

Fauna

Selected wildlife of Southern Oregon Insects
Butterflies
Insects - archeology
Oregon spotted frog
Oregon spotted frog
Frogs: Oregon, Washington, California
Birds
Oregon birds, likely to see
Oregon birds: Quarterly Journal
Oregon birds forum
Western rattlesnake

Flora

Oregon flora project

Flowering Plant Identification
Oregon Berry History
Native Plant Society of Oregon
Oregon County Fair: Wildflower photos
Wildflowers of the Cascades
Wildflowers - Columbia River Gorge
wildflower photos by professional photographer
wildflower photos by professional photographer
Links
List of wildflowers
Wildflower Map
Wildflower Coloring Book

Geology

US Geological Survey

Native people

Great map with links to description of each language group A very good resource, but has unmaintained links.
Oregon Native Languages
Home pages of Orgeon tribes
Oregon tribes
Oregon tribes 2
Cow Creek band of Umpqua

Oregon history

History of Oregon names
Oregon Geographic Names
Oregon History

Folklore

Cascade Blues Association
Northeast Oregon Folklore Society
Portland Folklore Society Dedicated to promoting folk music and arts in the greater Portland, Oregon area.
Sisters Folk Festival Sep 2003
Three Rivers Folklife Society

Oregon Cities

Oregon Regions

Cascade Mountains
Central Oregon
Columbia River Gorge
Northeast Oregon
Oregon Coast
Portland & Vicinity
Southern Oregon
Willamette Valley

Reclaimed Lumber

Mary's River Lumber
http://www.antiquuswood.com/ in Oregon Bear Creek Lumber
Not much on this site yet: http://www.endurawood.com/ Altruwood
Cascadia Forest Products
Oregon Hardwood Federation
Healthy Forests, Healthy Communities
Name: Kaster's Custom Cutting Inc. 29700 S. Beaver Creek Road Mulino, OR 97042 (503) 829-4167 http://www.greenhomeguide.com/index.php/product/C123 Forest Stewardship Council

Oregon Wineries

Oregon Wineries
Oregon Wineries by area


Acrobat publications Oregon State Parks
Maps: University of Texas
lue Book: Oregon
Oregon Gov.
Oregon
50 States: Oregon
Log home: Procedure http://www.wizzards.net/ycranch/siteproperty.html Gary Solmi 1333 Brad Road Oakland, OR

First the toad... Then us

Ecosystems have always changed, but never in the time of mammals as fast or as globally. Man has exceeded his allotted space and ecosystems are decaying and must inevitably reach a point where man can no longer survive in present numbers.

Dark wing
Photos
bubo
Buffo boreas
Phases of the moon
Natural History Museum Oregon Fossils
Sample of site with links (how to generate income with site): gorp
Natural History of Oregon Coast Mammals (you can print copy) US: Tree search
Interesting book @ Amazon: In Search of Ancient Oregon: A Geological and Natural History : A Geological and Natural History (This page has other Oregon natural history books) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/088192590X/104-3149225-6327123?v=glance&n=283155 Same book, due 15 Aug 06: In Search of Ancient Oregon - A Geological and Natural History http://www.timberpress.com/books/isbn.cfm/0-88192-789-9/search_ancient_oregon/bishop Oregon museums: http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/localList.php?local=38&locTGroup=Museums&direction=down&sec=0 Sample of how to format page: bootsnall
Enchanted learning
50 States: Oregon
PSU: Toads
Canada: Western Toad
FARM FOREST Oregon gov: Measure 37
Law, symposium, PDF files Lewis Clark
songofthetoad: Land use, links to resources. History of Land Use Program Oregon gov
Land Conservation and Developement LCD: Oregon
Linn County Planning permits
Q & A Measure 37 Friends
Jones and Stokes
Oregon land use planning program University of Oregon
Available: songofthetoad.com, bufoboreas.com

Oregon symbols

Animal Symbols:

State Bird: Western Meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta)

State Animal: American Beaver (Castor canadensis)

State Fish: Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)

State Insect: Oregon Swallowtail Butterfly (Papilio oregonius)

State Shell: Oregon hairy triton (Fusitriton oregonensis)

Plant Symbols:

State Flower: Oregon grape Mahonia aquifolium)

State Tree: Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)

State Mushroom: Pacific golden chanterelle (Cantharellus formosus)

State Nut: Hazelnut (Corylus avellana)

Earth Symbols:

State Rock: Thunderegg (also called geode)

State Gemstone: Oregon sunstone

State Soil: Jory (unofficial)

State Motto: Oregon, my Oregon

Eagle eye

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