“I can’t stop thinking about my landscape-scale view of the world and how it has been forever modified by the hilltop landscapes of the Bay and Quino checkerspots” (Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Mary Linders, speaking about Taylor’s checkerspot recovery and management). In late January, thirty people traveled from as far as San Diego and Vancouver
If you’ve ever heard of a Penstemon, you’ll probably think of a short-ish and showy plant that likes to keep its roots dry. At Metro’s Penstemon Prairie, south of Forest Grove along the Tualatin River, there is an unusual penstemon that likes wetlands. While this Penstemon species was originally collected and identified in Washington County
Citation: Moore, R. 2007. Notes for the separation of Eremophila alpestris strigata from E. a. merrilli. [button color=”#eeeeee” background=”#315907″ size=”medium” target=”_blank” src=”https://cascadiaprairieoak.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/holaseparationprimer.pdf”]Download Document Here[/button] Notes on identification of subspecies of horned lark.
Citation: Severns, P.M. and Grosbell, D. 2011. Patterns of reproduction in four Washington State populations of Taylor’s checkerspot (Euphydryas editha taylori) during the spring of 2010. The Nature Conservancy. [button color=”#eeeeee” background=”#315907″ size=”medium” target=”_blank” src=’https://cascadiaprairieoak.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Patterns-of-Reproduction-Taylors-Checkerspot.pdf’]Download Document Here[/button]