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Jul30

Let it Rain!

Posted on Jul 30 by

We all know the satisfaction that comes with finally completing some task that you’ve been meaning and wanting to complete for some time.  This feeling was induced in the...

Jun26

Molly Interprets the Birds

Posted on Jun 26 by

  The birds that live in and pass through the Hyla Woods forests have much to tell us about the changing health and condition of the forests – if we are paying...

Jun25

Our Best Year of Bird Research Yet

Posted on Jun 25 by

A combination of key factors caused this to be our most effective and rewarding year of bird research since we began monitoring fifteen years ago.  Cooperative weather, excellent...

May02

Report #2 from Student Citizen Scientists

Posted on May 2 by

Wyatt H’s Report:   On Feb 18, 2014 my yellow science class went on a field trip to Hyla Woods, in Oregon. We departed early at 8:00 AM. When we got there we went to our...