Date: 4/21/17 6:08 am
From: Kathleen Krall <krallfamily...>
Subject: [obol] On the Road with Finley and Bohlman: Program Series
This sounds like a program birders and photographers would enjoy. It is out on by the Oregon Historical Society and OSU.
Kathy Krall
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> On the Road with Finley and Bohlman
> Presented by the Oregon Historical Society & Oregon State University
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> The Oregon Historical Society & Oregon State University are proud to present a retrospective on the work of early twentieth century nature photographers William L. Finley, Irene Finley, and Herman T. Bohlman. Scaling trees, fording rivers, and braving Oregon’s most rugged landscapes, they went to almost any lengths to capture Oregon’s birds on film. Their photographs and tireless dedication to education captivated the public and helped lead to the creation of the state’s first wildlife refuges, laying the foundation for Oregon’s legacy as a leader in conservation.
> Join us for five nights of adventure and laughter across Oregon as we explore rarely seen behind-the-scenes photographs and recapture the spirit of Finley’s long beloved public programs.
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> Hunting Birds with a Camera:
> How William Finley and Herman Bohlman Used Photography to Save Oregon’s Birds
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> Tuesday, April 25: Burns
> Presented by Laura Cray
> 6:30pm - 8pm at the Harney County Library
> 80 West D Street | Burns, 97720
> Learn More
> WALKING TOUR – Malheur Refuge
> Follow in Finley and Bohlman’s footsteps on Wednesday, April 26 on a self-guided tour of some of Harney County’s best birding hotspots. Guide maps will be handed out at the event Tuesday night and the Malheur Refuge Headquarters will be staffed with volunteers and refuge employees to answer questions from 8am to 4pm.
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> Thursday, April 27: Klamath Falls
> Presented by Laura Cray
> 7pm - 8pm at the Oregon Institute of Technology, College Union Auditorium
> 3201 Campus Drive | Klamath Falls, 97601
> Learn More
> WALKING TOUR – Lower Klamath Falls Refuge
> Take a self-guided tour on Friday, April 28 of some of the Klamath Basin’s best birding hotspots. Guide maps will be handed out at the event Tuesday night and the Refuge Headquarters at Tule Lake will be staffed with refuge employees to answer questions from 9am to 4pm.
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> Saturday, May 13: Corvallis
> Presented by Laura Cray & Bob Sallinger
> 6pm - 7:30pm at the Oregon State University Library, Willamette Room
> 121 The Valley Library | Corvallis, 97331
> Learn More
> WALKING TOUR – William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge
> Join USFWS staff and volunteers on Friday, May 12 at 4pm in the Cabell Lodge parking lot for an evening discovery outing. We’ll finish just in time for you to enjoy a picnic meal out at the Tyee Winery bonfire event just down the road.
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> Sunday, May 14: Oceanside
> Presented by Laura Cray & Bob Sallinger
> 2pm - 3:30pm at the Netarts Community Club
> 4949 Hwy SR131 | Netarts, 97143
> Learn More
> WALKING TOUR – Three Arch Rocks
> Join USFWS staff and volunteers on Sunday, May 14 immediately following the main program for a discovery outing. From the Cape Meares Scenic Viewpoint visitors will be able to enjoy views of Three Arch Rocks and learn about the seabirds protected at the refuge.
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> Wednesday, June 7: Portland
> Presented by Laura Cray, Bob Sallinger, Worth Mathewson, and Tom McAllister
> 6:30pm - 7:30pm at the Oregon Historical Society
> Learn More
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> This project is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oregon State Library.
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> Oregon Historical Society
> 1200 SW Park Avenue
> Portland OR 97205
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> 503.222.1741
> ohs.org
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