Birds, Butterflies and Blooms of Malheur and Great Basin Country
Join experts for an in-depth exploration of southeast Oregon’s Great Basin, where you’ll learn about local habitats, discover varied geology and see a wealth of wildlife and birds.
Program No. 4897RJ
7 days
Starts at
17 Meals
6 Breakfasts
5 Lunches
6 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Low Fat, Low Salt
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Jun 20, 2017 - Jun 26, 2017
  • Jun 20, 2017 - Jun 26, 2017
Malheur Field Station I
6 nights
The Malheur Field Station (MFS) is an education and research facility located on the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. For forty years MFS has served as a base for students, researchers, and visitors learning about and exploring this remote area rich in wildlife, rugged beauty, and cultural history. MFS originally was a Job Corps site, but in the early 1970's it was converted into a unique educational facility overseen by a consortium of colleges and universities. Today it is run by The Great Basin Society, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization. Highly qualified staff have lived on site for over fourteen years.The Road Scholar dormitory consists of spacious rooms generally containing two twin adjustable beds per room. Participants will need to bring their bedding/sleeping bag & pillow. Limited number of bedding sets are available upon request ($6.00 charge/set). Men's/women's spacious bathroom facilities possibly shared by up to 8 people.
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