|2013 Hobart Bluff Hike and Learn details:
Lecture by Dr. Jad D'Allura
Friday, June 28, 2013
Southern Oregon University, Science Building #171, 6-7 pm||Hike on Saturday, June 29, 2013 to Hobart Bluff, meeting at 9 am. Geology in the morning, lunch on the bluff, and botany in the afternoon until 4 pm.||E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to reserve your spot.
See below for photos from previous events.|
|2012 Pilot Rock Botany and Geology Hike -- Highly interactive group!||Armand Rebischke, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument botanist, below Pilot Rock||Dr. Jad D'Allura, SOU emeritus geology professor, gets up close and personal with a rock|
|Spring 2012 Hike and Learn Series|
Birds of Forest and Lakeshore, led by Matthew Carney, a seasonal ranger at Crater Lake National Park, on May 6.
Checking out shore birds on Hyatt Reservoir
|Geology and Botany of Hobart Bluff, led by Dr. Jad D'Allura, professor emeritus of geology at Southern Oregon University, and Armand Rebischke, Monument botanist, on June 2. ||3-D CSNM geology map orientation|
Dr. D'Allura describes monument geological processes
|Lunch on the bluff, looking east toward the Klamath River watershed||Armand Rebischke describes how plants adapt to the rocky, windy Hobart Bluff environment||On the trail|
2011 Pilot Rock Hike and Learn Series
Dr. Jad D'Allura, Southern Oregon University geology professor, led a hike to Pilot Rock on October 30, 2011.
24 intrepid learners gathered in the meadow west of Pilot Rock for an introduction to Monument geology.
|Most of the group made the steep scramble for a close-up of Pilot Rock's unique columnar andesite. |
|Dr. D'Allura at the base of Pilot Rock.||2012 Cascade-Siskiyou National Public Lands Day |
On September 29, eight volunteers and five BLM staff pulled old fence from the Box O Ranch on Jenny Creek. Thanks to all who gave of their time and energy!