Malheur Field Station Programs
The Malheur Field Station is a not-for-profit education and research center dedicated to the concept of life-long learning. It offers a variety of field-based educational programs focused on and about the northern Great Basin region.
Engaging a Naturalist is a great way to learn and experience the region!
Customized & Educational
Presentations * Demonstrations * Outings
Hourly * Half-day * All Day
Off-site or On-site Options
Specializing in Birds, Regional Natural History & Field Drawing
Call for more information or to schedule for 2017!
ROAD SCHOLAR PROGRAMS
There has been a long affiliation with Elderhostel and Road Scholar programs at the Malheur Field Station. For over 20 years we have been offering high-value, field-based, six-night educational Road Scholar adventures. View our 2017 Road Scholar programs at MFS here: 2017 MFS Road Scholar Flyer (pdf)
Choose from one of our six 2017 courses listed below
- Ornithology in Marsh, Mountain and High Desert (#8503)
May 5-11, 2017
May 16-22, 2017
June 7-13, 2017
September 7-13, 2017
- Birds, Butterflies and Blooms of Malheur and Great Basin Country (4897)
June 20-26, 2017
- The Captivating Landscape of SE Oregon: Discovery and Interpretation (#4898)
September 17-23, 2017
Call us at (541) 493-2629 for more information. Please note that registration for these programs is through Elderhostel (1-800-454-5768).
These field-based workshops offer up a compact way to educate yourself about this fascinating area. We offer a variety of subjects led by passionate instructors with well-grounded expertise.
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Connect with Malheur through these creative and immersive flexible-date workshops. Join an on-going session or suggest a date that works for you (and perhaps your friends)!
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We offer Teacher-workshops and Master Naturalist (Basin & Range Eco-region) programs.
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