From deer and elk to wolves and mountain goats, learn about local species that migrate, the challenges they face as Central Oregon continues to grow, and ways you can help wildlife continue their seasonal journeys.
Central Oregon is rich with numerous species of native wildlife and many of these animals embark on seasonal migrations—large and small—across the landscape. Join Deschutes National Forest wildlife biologist Lauri Turner for a talk about wildlife and the local migration pathways they need to survive in our high desert. From deer and elk to wolves and mountain goats, learn about local species that migrate, the challenges they face as Central Oregon continues to grow, and ways you can help wildlife continue their seasonal journeys. Hosted by Deschutes Land Trust.
Tickets are free, but registration is required.
Lauri Turner has been a wildlife biologist for the Forest Service for over 28 years, with the last 20 years here in central Oregon. She holds a B.S degree in Wildlife Biology from Kearney State College (which is now part of the University of Nebraska) in Nebraska. Lauri works with various agencies, organizations, and academia to further information on various aspects of central Oregon wildlife. Lauri has worked with spotted owls her entire career but has also worked with white-headed woodpeckers, Oregon spotted frogs, Sierra Nevada red fox, as well as many more species. In her spare time, Lauri dabbles in photography and art and enjoys to hike and garden.