Love Natural Monuments

Around the country every site on National Forests has its own history, and each site has had different uses not necessarily related to restoration and conservation. There have been several impacts on ecosystems that had been evaluated and managed by the US Forest Service according to its ideology “The greatest Read more…

That’s so Raven

It was 5:40 on Monday morning at Cape Perpetua before Jerry decided Ricky had slept long enough. “Wakey wakey dormilón ” said Jerry. “Yawn..Shh Jerry! Please, just five more minutes. I was having the best dream.” Ricky complained while Jerry poked him with his bill. “Okay, okay Basta, I’m up. Oh mira the Read more…

We’re going to the zoo!!!

  But not just to see the tigers! No, we’ll be standing right outside of the tiger exhibit…and talking to people.   Our talks are going to center around the Oregon silverspot butterfly (Speyeria zerene hippolyta). This  butterfly subspecies is native to northern California, the Oregon coast, and southwestern Washington, Read more…

Beuty from chaos

Working at Siuslaw has been a unique experience, being able to learn about the different ongoing projects they have here; gave me a complete perspective of the protection and restoration work behind the stewardship of a National Forest. The Siuslaw National Forest’s present ecosystems are continuously changing, its ecosystems are Read more…