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Published: Thursday, 11/22/2007

IT'S A BIRD..... AT PEARSON METROPARK

Slug: NBRE naturalists23p        Date: 11/17/2007         The Blade/Andy Morrison       Location: Oregon        Caption: Metropark Naturalist Kim High, left, and volunteer Deb Tefft, right, look for a bird during a monthly field training for Metroparks volunteer walk leaders and Volunteer Trail Patrol, at Pearson Metropark, Saturday, 11/17/2007.         Summary: Slug: NBRE naturalists23p Date: 11/17/2007 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Oregon Caption: Metropark Naturalist Kim High, left, and volunteer Deb Tefft, right, look for a bird during a monthly field training for Metroparks volunteer walk leaders and Volunteer Trail Patrol, at Pearson Metropark, Saturday, 11/17/2007. Summary:
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Metroparks naturalist Kim High, at left in photo at right, and volunteer Deb Tefft look up into the trees for a bird during a monthly field training session for Metroparks volunteer walk leaders and the Volunteer Trail Patrol.











Slug: NBRE naturalists23p        Date: 11/17/2007         The Blade/Andy Morrison       Location: Oregon        Caption: Naturalist volunteer Maurine Dougherty takes notes during a monthly field training for Metroparks volunteer walk leaders and Volunteer Trail Patrol, at Pearson Metropark, Saturday, 11/17/2007.         Summary: Slug: NBRE naturalists23p Date: 11/17/2007 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Oregon Caption: Naturalist volunteer Maurine Dougherty takes notes during a monthly field training for Metroparks volunteer walk leaders and Volunteer Trail Patrol, at Pearson Metropark, Saturday, 11/17/2007. Summary:
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The recent class took place at Pearson Metropark in Oregon. At left, naturalist volunteer Maurine Dougherty takes notes during the session for those interested in sharing nature with others.












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