Wild in the City: A Guide to Portland's Natural Areas
Detailed information about more than 85 natural areas in the Portland metro area allows anyone to explore the urban wilderness. A checklist of birds is included. "A must-have for anyone even remotely interested in signs of wildlife amid Portland's concrete canyons and manicured lawns. Every schoolteacher should be supplied one for field trips. Every car should be sold with one in its glove compartment. Tuck one into every motel-room drawer next to the Gideon Bible. Front to back, there's something in this book for everyone-a trip to take, a thought to spark a memory, a term to explain."-Bill Monroe, Portland Oregonian
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Wild in the City: Exploring the Intertwine: The Portland-Vancouver Region's ...
Michael C. Houck,Mary Jane Cody
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Life on the Edge Bob Wilson
No Vacancy Robert Michael Pyle
The Changing Fortunes of the Lower Willamette River
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