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Picture This: The Nature of the Deschutes River

Coalition for the Deschutes
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Aug 12 8:30AM - 11:00AM

One of the best ways to get to know the Deschutes River and the plant and animal species that depend upon it is to photograph them.

Join local photographer Kim Elton and nature guide author LeeAnn Kriegh for a short walk along the First Street Rapids trail near downtown. Bring your camera because we'll be earning how to take better photographs of specific species and the broader landscape.

Here's what you need to know:

Please bring water, snacks, hat, sunblock, bug spray, binoculars and your camera.

Dress for the weather.

Wear shoes or boots suitable for hiking. The trail is mostly flat. Total distance walked will be no more than 2.5 miles round trip.

We'll meet at the trailhead on First Street.

Questions? Send an email to LeeAnn at:LeeAnn@NatureOfBend.com

Btw, the photo of the flicker is, of course, one of Kim's photos.

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