Bohlman and Finley photographing cormorants

Three Arch Rocks

An edited excerpt from the upcoming book For the Love of Nature: The Adventures and Achievements of William L. Finley and Irene B. Finley by Carole A. and William L. Finley III

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Bewick's Wren singing

Why Do Birds Sing in Fall?

Most birdsong is in the spring, as birds define their territory and try to attract mates. So why is this Bewick’s Wren singing now, in October, when it won’t nest again until April?

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Downtown Portland Oregon during the fall

Building Complete Communities Where Both People and Nature Thrive

Oregon is faced with an epidemic of houselessness, a humanitarian disaster that touches every part of the state. As we contend with a trio of concurrent crises—housing, biodiversity, and climate—we believe we can and must meet our region’s housing needs by supporting affordable housing development while providing access to nature, protecting our natural environment, and increasing the climate resilience of our communities.

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