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 Post subject: About This Forum (including useful links)
 Post Posted: June 17th, 2008, 7:47 am 
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The purpose of this forum is to help people identify things they've seen while out hiking: wildflowers, trees, birds, insects, small animals (we assume you already know the big ones!), animal tracks, even geographical features like buttes or streams.

Usually you would post a picture here, but you could also post a description of what you saw. Please start a new topic for each new question, or at least for each new outing.

Below are some useful resources for identifying various bits of nature in the Pacific Northwest. Obviously, this is not comprehensive, and I will add to it as I encounter more useful sites/books. Suggestions are welcome.

Wildflower Web sites:

Other nature identification sites:

Generally useful Web sites:
  • Google Image Search - a very useful resource once you think you've got a potential ID, but remember that people can and do mislabel their own pictures!

Regional books:

Portable electronic guides:

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These are some books that I picked up last year so I could start getting acquainted with the wildlife around me (since I'm going to be surrounded by it more and more!).

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Lots of great information in them to help identify plants & animals.. as well as what to do afterward in some cases! A trip to the Oregon Garden wouldn't hurt either =).

(Sorry for the reply over 3 years after-the-post but I didn't want to post a new thread in this forum for this)

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