Date of survey: 02/18/2017 Volunteers: Jacob Stone, Kimber Nelson The creek was quite high so visibility was limited. We didn’t see any fish or redds, but enjoyed exploring the creek banks and found beaver and nutria tracks as well as seeing Canada geese, mallards, and Northern flickers and lots of interesting plants. The spot that […]
Date of survey: 09/22/2016 Volunteer Names: Ashlyn Teather and Kimberly Koller Along Gresham’s unidentified reach from Liberty through 14th and Binford Ave.
Date of survey: 09/03/2016 Volunteer Names: Jonathan Bailey and Gavin Bailey Despite deligently walking our reach, we saw no beavers or evidence of beavers on Butler creek.
On Tuesday February 7th, 51 folks came together at the Lamprey and Steelhead Survey Orientation at the Native American Student and Community Center. At the orientation, staff from Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife explained the importance of these native fish and how we know very little about their distribution and abundance. They also showed photos […]
On Saturday February 11th, a crowd of excited families swelled around Gresham City Library. This crowd of 42 folks gathered for the long awaited Wild Gresham event, a community talk on wildlife hosted by the City of Gresham and Johnson Creek Watershed Council. The event revealed all the beautiful wildlife that live in Gresham’s Johnson […]