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Wilderness Medics; Tsunami Anniversary; Crystal Springs
Waterfall Kayaking; Summer Ski Camps; Behind the Scenes: Waterfall Kayaking
Corn Maze; Black Rock Mountain Biking; Hot Air Balloon Makers
McKenzie River Trail; Butterfly Watching; Lizard School
Grande Ronde Wildflowers; First Salmon Ceremony; Snow School
More wild horses now live in captivity than roam free on the open range.
Oregon Land Use; Smith Rock Revisited; Sea Cave Kayaking
Disappearing Lake; Ice Crawlers; Mushrooms
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Hundreds of thousands of migrating geese create a blizzard which blankets the sky.
Salmon and other wildlife have returned to a once overlooked urban creek in Portland.
Oregon Field looks back at the 1964 tsunami that struck the west coast.
Medics carry a virtual ambulance on their backs to rescue people in the wilderness.
We share a behind-the-scenes account of a story that will take your breath away.
Kayakers plunge over waterfalls up to 80 feet high while paddling a spectacular canyon.
Mt Hood, Oregon is the only place in North America where skiers can train year-round.
A group of mountain bikers have constructed one of Oregon's only bike only trail systems.
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