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.
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 2018 Road Scholar programs at MFS here:
Choose from one of our seven 2018 courses listed below
- Ornithology in Marsh, Mountain and High Desert (#8503)
May 4-10, 2018 (Harry Fuller)
May 15-22, 2018 (Harry Fuller)
June 6-12, 2018
September 6-12, 2018 (Harry Fuller)
September 14-20, 2018 (Harry Fuller)
Harry Fuller Bio
Harry Fuller has lived in Oregon since 2007 and in McMinnville since 2015. Before retirement he worked in the TV and Internet news, mostly in San Francisco. He and his wife also lived four yeas in London and Paris. A chance to bird and visit many parts of Europe.
Harry has written three natural history books, including FREEWAY BIRDING which describes birding spots along I-5 between San Francisco and Seattle. Another book describes the Great Gray Owl population in the Pacific States. Fuller has been leading bird trips and teaching bird classes since the 1990’s. He annually leads birding trips in Oregon and Washington for Klamath Bird Observatory, Road Scholar and Golden Gate Audubon.
Next year Oregon State University Press will publish a book of essays about Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and it will include his essay on the Common Nighthawks to be seen there in abundance. His birding blog can be found by googling “towheeblog”.
- Birding and Natural History of Malheur and Great Basin Country (#4897)
June 19-25, 2018
June 27-July 3, 2018
Call us at (541) 493-2629 for more information. Please note that registration for these programs is through Elderhostel (1-800-454-5768).
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