We found the hoof prints of a very large elk that snuck its way into Quamash Prairie
Safety always comes first when we are at Quamash Prairie! With Travis in charge of safety this week, he ensures that all are taking proper safety precautions at all times... even when playing hacky sack during lunch!
After an unfortunate accident, the frisbee got lost in the sweet canary grass. After much time and effort Zach and Jon F. eventually give up... hopefully we'll find it next week! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
The Buckeye cohort at Short Mountain Landfill
Three Ducks fans and a Beavers fan... can you guess which one is which?
Student-led conferences are coming up next week!
Contact the main office at (541) 942-1962 to set up a time when we can meet.
...Skyler, Trent, and Travis took a more creative approach to overcome this challenge.
While investigating green infrastructure in our community, we were introduced to the term green corridor. A green corridor is an area of habitat connecting wildlife populations separated by structures such as roads, development, or logging.
In order to experience the effects that green corridors, or lack thereof, have on wildlife in our classroom, Tanner, Justin, and Logan had to figure out how to get from one side of the room to the other while only being able to step on two sheets of paper.
Overall, we had a great day experiencing the academic and recreational side of the University of Oregon.
Gabe and Blaize doing their best super model poses.
Blaize having a quiet moment by the waterfall
In the Willamette science building during our tour of the University of Oregon campus
Jonathan flipping the tire.
Blaize showing no fear and working his way up the wall
Jonathan committing to some pretty tough moves on the bouldering wall