A pika with huckleberry branches in its mouth stands amongst large gray rocks
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Watch wildlife with purpose

Share your wildlife sightings through the Oregon Wildlife Conservation project

Join the community scientists who have shared their wildlife observations in Oregon throughout the iNaturalist app. Record your sightings of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles from around the state and contribute valuable data to wildlife conservation.

 

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