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January 8th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 9th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 10th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 11th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 12th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 13th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 14th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 15th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!
    until January 16, 2019

January 16th, 2019

  • Central Florida marine biology All Day: Florida Waters Ecology Paddle Trip
    Sign-Up Begins: Friday September 7 at 9:00am

    Escape the cold this winter break to canoe and stand up paddleboard in central Florida on some of the most spectacular freshwater, spring fed rivers in the world!  Paddle saltwater channels through mangroves and coastal marshes teaming with shorebirds and raptors, as we explore some of the best wildlife habitats on the southeast coast. Learn about subtropical and tropical ecosystems, avian ecology, and marine biology from Dr. Ken Clifton (chair of Biology at LC), and develop your skills as a canoeist, snorkeler, and stand up paddle boarder.  From most East Coast and Midwestern cities, flights to Orlando are extremely inexpensive. If you spend the first half of winter break at home, here’s a chance to get some warm sunshine before returning to Portland, while learning a lot about subtropical Florida in the process!

April 12th, 2019

  • 5:00pm: Backpack Cathrine Creek
    Visit the dry, eastern part of the Columbia Gorge at Catherine Creek. If you are up for a somewhat strenuous climb uphill, you will be rewarded with wildflowers, views of the Columbia river gorge and Mt. Hood, and a secluded campsite. Poison oak, ticks, and rattle snakes can be common in April, but well worth the risk to explore this beautiful area! You will leave early Saturday morning and return Sunday in time for dinner.
    until April 13, 2019

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