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Maya Lin Bird Blind

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

In the bird blind (bobcat)
Species list, May Lin Bird Blind (bobcat)

Description

The bird blind at the end of the Confluence Trail, designed by famed architect Maya Lin, was constructed as part of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Confluence Project and inaugurated in August, 2008. The slats of black locust wood each carry the name of one of the 134 species of plants and animals that the two explorers recorded on their journey. From the bottom to the top, you can read the Lewis/Clark name for the species, modern common name, Linnaean name, and conservation status.

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