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Advanced Plant I.D. Crash Course at Poker Flat
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Birding and Marine Mammals at Sea
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Birding on Bikes
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Birding the Eastern Siskiyou Crest
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Birding the Upper Klamath Canoe Trail
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Birdwatching Sea to Forest on the Lower Rogue River Trail
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Botany 101 on Mt. Ashland
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Botany and Butterflies on Mt. Eddy Backpacking Trip
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Butterflies of the Siskiyou Region
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Capturing Shorebirds on Paper
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Capturing Wildflowers on an iPhone
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Carex Identification Workshop
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CPR Prerequisite for Wilderness First Aid
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Download a 2014 E-Catalog
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Ecology and Uses of Marine Seaweeds
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Edible Mushrooms of the Siskiyous
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Edible Mushrooms of the Southern Cascades
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Edible Plants
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Exploring Conifer Country in the Russian Wilderness
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Field Sketching I: Leaves and Habits
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Field Sketching Part II: Flowers and Fruits
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Fire Adaptations in a Changing Climate
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Fire Ecology of the Red Buttes Wilderness
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Forest Mushrooms of Southwest Oregon/Northwest California
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Geology of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
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Hiking the High Siskiyous in Search of Plant Names and Their Stories
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Illinois River Trail Botanizing with William Sullivan
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Insects of the Evening
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Intermediate Bryophytes on Rock Substrates
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Intermediate State of Jefferson Dragonflies
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Introduction to Lichens
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Introduction to State of Jefferson Dragonflies
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Lava Beds Cave Ecology and Bat Watch
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Marine Invertebrates of the Southern Oregon Coast
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Orienteering
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Rogue Undammed: River Ecology from a Raft
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Seabirds and Marine Mammals on the Redwood Coast Trail
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Serpentine Ecology
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Siskiyou Mountains and Streams Hiking Trip
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Siskiyou Superlatives: Six Studies in Biodiversity
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Siskiyou Wilderness in Bloom Botany BackpackingTrip: Mountains, Valleys and Rock Gardens
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Solitary Wasps and Bees
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Terrestrial Mollusks: Southern Oregon/Northern California Slugs and Snails
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Trees and Shrubs of the Rogue Valley
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Visual Bird Identification
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Wilderness First Aid
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Wildflower Photography with a Pocket Camera
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Wildland Grass Identification Workshop
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Ropes Challenge Course
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PO Box 207
1241 Illinois River Rd
Selma, OR 97538
Phone: (541) 597-8530
Fax: (541) 597-8533
Contact: Siskiyou Field Institute

Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
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Adult Field Courses





Our 2014 Field Courses are now open for enrollment.



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Highlights:

 
Spanning the bioregion: Our classes explore the biodiversity of the Klamath-Siskiyous, from serpentine to slough, from bog to lava beds. Join us for special adventures including Exploring Conifer Country in the Russian Wilderness, Birding the Upper Klamath Canoe Trail, Siskiyou Wilderness in Bloom Botany Backpacking Trip, Lava Beds Cave Ecology and Bat Watch, Siskiyou Mountains and Streams: from Mt. Elijah to the Oregon Caves, Mt. Eddy Botany and Butterflies, Hiking the High Siskiyous in Search of Plant Names and their Stories, Birding at Sea and Rogue Undammed.


William Sullivan Sunday, April 27 - Oregon hiking guide and author William Sullivan will join us as instructor for the class "Botanizing the Illinois River Trail with William Sullivan." Later in the day, he will present a free program "New and Endangered Trails of Oregon." Class tuition is $55; afternoon program admission is free.

Expanded technical offerings - Nine of our classes were specifically designed for agency or non-profit professionals. This year we're partnering with the Carex Working Group for Wildland Grass I.D. Workshop and the Carex I.D. Workshop. Scholarships are available to Jackson County educators through a generous donation from the Rogue Valley Audubon Society.

Become a certified Naturalist! - Contact us about applying credits from classes you attend this season for eligibility as an SFI Certified Naturalist.

Here's how to register:

Call 541-597-8530
Register online


Email institute@thesfi.org if you have questions.






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