Author: Janelle Wicks

Visitor & Volunteer Blog Articles

Spring Photo Journal

Photographs with Captions by Amanda Aman It is a real joy when I am scrolling through social media and I see a collection of images on ‘Birding Oregon’ or ‘PNW

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Wetlands Under Threat

Written by Carl Woodward, FOMR Advocacy Committee Chair Not so long ago (1960s and 70s), enlightened, elected representatives, reacting to overwhelming public demands, enacted numerous far-reaching statutes to roll back

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Science & Education

2023 Wildlife Internship; Veda’s July Update!

So far during my internship here at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, I have been collecting data for irrigation and water rights use for the refuge. To do this, I have been using a Flow Tracker at each of the following four locations: East Canal, West Canal, Center Ditch, and Sodhouse.

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A Malheur Spring; Time is on my side.

There is nothing more exciting than springtime at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Driving from Portland during the first week of April, this year’s excitement started with icy roads on Mt. Hood and a dusting of powder that blew me into Burns as I drove my old RV, Maxine, east from Bend.

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