The Natural History and Ecology of Oregon’s Land Mammals is an introductory class for people who enjoy learning about the amazing suite of mammals in Oregon and their fascinating relationships with the ecosystems we depend upon. The class subject matter will include all orders of mammals; many of them forest caretakers, facilitating the growth, health, and water conservation of forests.
Classes will be held Thursday evenings from 6:30-8:30 pm beginning January 24th through March 7th. There will not be a class on February 14th Valentine’s day. We will have a combination of mammal identification labs and lecture presentations. Tuition for the 6 class series is $85.00. Register at the Museum or by calling 541-957-7007