Join Randy Frick, retired USFS Fish Biologist, on a walk to where Chinook salmon are seen spawning in the fall. There will be other wildlife sightings during the walk and along the river. Southern Oregon Land Conservancy has an option to buy this valley-floor property for conservation.
Join Frank Lospalluto, Bob Hunter and Karen Hussey on this birding trip to a private property on the Rogue River near Dodge Bridge County Park. Birds may include Lewis’s Woodpecker, Western Bluebird, Oak Titmouse, Pygmy Owl, and Bald Eagle, as well as fall migrants.
Help us add to our dragonfly list while learning about dragonfly biology on a gorgeous property on the Rogue River. This outing will be led by amazing naturalists who are also talented birders and photographers, Norm Barrett, Gary Schaffer, and Jim Livaudais. Southern Oregon Land Conservancy is in the process of purchasingthis beautiful 352-acre property.
Hike in the early evening with botanist, naturalist and Land Conservancy staff, Kristi Mergenthaler. View the spectacular wildflowers along the Pacific Crest Trail at Sky King Cole, a conserved private property near Pilot Rock. We may see the rare Greene’s mariposa lily in bloom
Come join us for a general introduction to the Rogue River Preserve, an outstanding property on the Rogue River near Eagle Point. This is a great opportunity for first-timers to see the beauty of this 352-acre property with floodplain forest, oak woodlands, vernal pools, incredible wildlife habitat, and over 2 miles of riverfront.
Hike in the early evening with botanist, naturalist, and our Stewardship Director, Kristi Mergenthaler, on this beautiful property east of Ashland. The City of Ashland’s Imperatrice property, in the Cascade Mountain Foothills, is a beautiful 825-acre property with grassland flowers, and glorious views.
Walk the oak woodlands, vernal pools and an impressive riparian forest along the Rogue River near Eagle Point with forest ecologist and one of the most popular guides in the region, Dr. Tom Atzet. Southern Oregon Land Conservancy is in the process of purchasing this beautiful 352-acre property.
Learn about this iconic rock while hiking 2.5 miles roundtrip. Each April, the Land Conservancy hosts a special trip to the Table Rocks in cooperation with the BLM. After all, it was the conservation of Lower Table Rock back in 1978 that provided the groundswell of local interest in starting the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy