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  • Cathlapotle Plankhouse Opening a Big Success!

    The 2016 season kicked off with a special event featuring a talk from archeologist Ken Ames on Cathlapotle Village archaeology. Visitors were able to view artifacts excavated from the Cathlapotle site and go on guided hikes focusing on wildlife at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. The Plankhouse will now be open most weekends from 12pm-4pm. 

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  • Schooling Sagebrush Stewards

    On March 9th you can join us in a Free Sagebrush Ecosystem Webinar.  This training for educators and partners will help us share these tools and reach out to the next generation of sagebrush stewards.  Webinar starts at 8:30 am PST   Dial: 1-866-732-8654    Passcode: 18374033#



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  • Celebrating 100 Years of Migratory Bird Conservation

    This year we mark the centennial of the Convention between the United States and Great Britain (for Canada) for the Protection of Migratory Birds - also called the Migratory Bird Treaty - that was signed on Aug. 16, 1916. This treaty and three others that followed, form the cornerstones of our efforts to conserve birds that migrate across international borders. 

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  • Conservation Connect LIVE

    Check out Conservation Connect LIVE, a new web-based video series that aims to connect youth with the great outdoors and conservation careers. Broadcasts take place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. March's presentation will focus on mussels and American eels. 

    For more information and to check out other episodes, resources, and lesson plans, visit

  • 2015 Marks the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day

    Join the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in celebrating this tribute to Mother Earth by practicing ways to make a better planet for fish, wildlife and their habitat. Learn more about how this monumental effort has been instrumental in the development of some of the most powerful and effective environmental legislation!

    Earth Day!

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Celebrating the Manu O Ku

Did you know that the Manu O Ku  (White Tern) is the official bird of the City and County of Honolulu?  Join the FWS and our Partners at Iolani Palace on May 14th to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the beautiful Manu O Ku.  Bring a picnic lunch and listen to music my Jon Osorio, Duncan Kamakan and Jamaica Osorio and celebrate in the dance with Kumu Hula James Dela Cruz

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