Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park contains the remains of one of the most unusual fossil forests in the world.
Our part in this project with start this weekend with us traveling to the North Cascades to start collecting data on the Suiattle River.
Ancient Lakes is a cluster of three small lakes nestled at the head of Potholes Coulee; a flat bottomed, cliff ringed valley.
Steve meets up with fellow photographer Matt White and they turn their lens toward the Hamma Hamma and see signs of last summer's record-setting fire season.
Sitting around the campfire afterward, uploading our data, I’m always grateful to have the opportunity to be part of such a worthy project.
More interesting was the discovery of beads made from ocean shells and arrows made from obsidian only found in Oregon.
Dog Mountain isn't particularly high, but its location makes it very popular with the sailing community. Steve and Theresa hike up to check out the stunning views.
With the closer of the Quileute reservation we move our base of operations to Crescent Beach to conduct our COASST surveys.
Despite trees crashing next to their basecamp, the team heads out to explore the historic batteries of Fort Flagler.
Here's a short video that shows our typical environment when we got to Toleak Beach to conduct our COASST beached bird surveys.