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Klamath Basin ?birding

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin Part of a flock of greater white-fronted geese move out of the way of a approaching car in the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge, as more cluster ahead on the roadway. Auto-tour routes through the refuges are well-maintained, but drivers must always keep an eye out for wildlife.
  • 4/19/2015
  • Album ID: 1926584

Flower of the south coast

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin An ebbing tide swirls around shoreline rocks at sheltered Harris Beach, favored by shell seekers and tide-pool explorers. Just offshore is Goat Island, a 21-acre wildlife refuge that is home to more than 100,000 sea birds of 11 species, including Leachs storm petrel.
  • 4/12/2015
  • Album ID: 1923923

The American ?Riviera

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  • Photo by Barb Gonzalez / for The Bulletin Two generations of surfers pass along the shoreline at Carpenteria, at the eastern end of Santa Barbara County. Surfing has long been popular in Santa Barbara, where one of the best-known board manufacturers, Al Merrick, still has a shop in the new Funk Zone.
  • 3/22/2015
  • Album ID: 1916918

How to rock Washington County

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin The Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks & Minerals occupies a 1953 building that was the first ranch-style home to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built by founders Richard and Helen Rice, it is surrounded by 23 acres of partially wooded land.
  • 3/15/2015
  • Album ID: 1914471

Embracing island isolation

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  • Photos by John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin The Olympic Mountains rise in the distance beyond Whidbey Island in this view of Camano Island at Alger Bay. A 19th-century logging camp like many other locations on 22-mile-long Camano, the bay is now home to some of the island?s 17,000 residents.
  • 3/8/2015
  • Album ID: 1912088

Keeping busy ?at Oregon?s Capitol (while being careful not to run afoul of the owl)

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin The Oregon State Capitol was built in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration in the waning years of the Great Depression. Its interior walls are covered with murals that depict working-class Oregonians, and its dome is crowned with a gold-plated sculpture of a pioneer.
  • 3/1/2015
  • Album ID: 1909547

Maui?s ?quiet side

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  • Above the clouds near the summit of 10,023-foot Hale?akala, the setting sun sends its rays toward the island of Molokai.
  • 2/15/2015
  • Album ID: 1904216

What?s new in Vegas 2015

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin The world's tallest Ferris wheel at 550 feet, the High Roller towers above Harrah's and other longstanding casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Opened on March 31, 2014, the wheel has 28 egg-shaped cabs that give passengers great views of the city lights.
  • 2/1/2015
  • Album ID: 1899130

10 Oregon adventures to consider in the new year

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  • Richard Bacon / The Bulletin A short drive from Bend, Sparks Lake offers stellar views of South Sister and Broken Top.
  • 1/7/2015
  • Album ID: 1890010

weekend ideas for the new year

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin Mount Hood SkiBowl, near Government Camp, promotes itself as the largest night-skiing area in the United States.
  • 1/4/2015
  • Album ID: 1888939
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