Join us to explore the lands, waters, and wildlife
of the Columbia River region – virtually! 

From the aired, dry Columbia Plateau to the mouth of the Columbia River in Astoria, the Columbia River region boasts rich landscapes and a variety of wildlife that make the Northwest unique.  

Join us for our virtual event series exploring the lands, waters, and wildlife of our region. From eagles thriving in the coastal wetlands to learning how to host mason bees in your own backyard, our upcoming events will highlight the ways Columbia Land Trust is conserving and caring for the nature you love.

The Ecology of Eagles

Saturday, January 30  |  8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. 

Eagles are an icon of our region and beyond. Join us to learn about this fascinating species from Frank B. Isaacs of the Oregon Eagle Foundation who has spent over 30 years studying bald and golden eagles in Oregon and Washington. 


Hosting Mason Bees

Saturday, February 20  |  9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Native, non-stinging mason bees can be your yard's most effective pollinators. Learn about the Backyard Habitat Certification Program and how you can host and care for your own colony of mason bees right in your own backyard!


Places of Pika

Saturday, March 13  |  9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

One of the Columbia River Gorge's most adorable inhabitants is the American Pika. We'll learn all about pika and how they are coping with climate change and habitat loss from Steven Clark, Professor of Biology at Clark College. 

Stay up to date with all of Columbia Land Trust's upcoming events by visiting the Tours and Events page at 
Eagle image courtesy of Stephen Datnoff
Mason bee image courtesy of Crown Bees
Pika image courtesy of Joe Bettis

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