Central Oregon’s high desert country has diverse habitats and as a result, the area is home to a great number of species of native wildflowers, trees, and shrubs. SOLD OUTCentral Oregon’s high desert country has diverse habitats from wet meadows to sage-steppe, ponderosa pine forests, and high elevation meadows and peaks. As a result, the area is home to a great number of species of native wildflowers, trees, and shrubs. Some are big, showy, and widespread. Others are tiny and easily overlooked. Join photographer and field guide author Mark Turner on a colorful, armchair exploration of some of his favorite Central Oregon plants. See rare or uncommon plants along with your showy favorites via Mark’s stunning photography.
Mark will be signing books after the talk and copies of Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest will be available for purchase at the event.
Tickets are free, but registration is required. Click the button above to register.
Thanks to North Rim, Lind/White Group at Merrill Lynch, and Arbor Mortgage for making Nature Nights possible.Mark Turner is a photographer and field guide author with a passion for wildflowers and other native plants. Mark is a native of West Virginia, where he began learning about wildflowers and photography as a boy. He still has his pressed flower collection from a 4-H project when he was in elementary school. Mark studied photography at Rochester Institute of Technology and is a self-taught botanist. He is an accomplished public speaker and has given programs for numerous garden clubs, native plant societies, and the Northwest Flower and Garden Show. In a perfect world he would spend most of his time during each growing season in the field photographing plants and their habitats.