Help us document reptiles and amphibians (herptiles) at Rogue River Preserve near Eagle Point. Participants will search for herptiles by flipping rocks and exploring woody material. Local experts will help with species identification and will model best search practices for the safety of people and animals. Children are welcome accompanied by a parent or guardian.
In 2017, Southern Oregon Land Conservancy purchased this iconic 352-acre parcel along the Rogue River. For more information on the conservation of this special land go to our Heart of the Rogue webpage.
Guides: Eugene Wier (naturalist), Dr. Michael Parker (SOU biologist)
Focus: Finding and documenting amphibians and reptiles, bioblitz
Meeting Location: Near Eagle Point. Exact meeting location and directions will be emailed upon registration.
Difficulty: Slow-paced walking on generally flat ground on roads, trails and off-trail. Weed seeds and ticks may be present so long pants are advised. A portable toilet is available at the Preserve.
For more info or help with registration call 541.482.3069 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Folks on the waiting list often get invited to the hike, so please add your name if the hike is full.
Banner image: Pacific Tree Frog at Rogue River Preserve by Mokie Visser.