Talk focuses on wildflowers in Crooked River National Grasslands
Marilynne Keyser, author of "Guide to Common Native Plants in the Deschutes Canyon Area," will give a talk via Zoom from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, June 27.
The presentation is open to the public; registration is required to receive the Zoom link to attend.
Visit us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIsfuGrrjktE9IzSt62q1oDidjsRTYBx37M to register.
As spring glides into summer in the Deschutes Canyon Area, the wildflower bloom is exploding. Keyser's presentation — "What's Blooming Now in the Grasslands?" — is designed to take listeners on a walk through the Crooked River National Grassland to learn about early summer wildflowers that are in bloom there. She will also talk about plant biology to help differentiate between similar-looking native plants. Using photographs of both the habitat zone and the blooming plants, viewers may learn to anticipate what they might see on their own rambles in the sagebrush steppe grasslands. Keyser's May presentation on wildflowers blooming along the Middle Deschutes Canyon rim can be viewed at us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/2dR2BL3zrEJOfbfJwUHle_IbMrjlaaa8gCkc_KUFmW2Rv9CO41XE2bhzDVg5SlA.
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