Thousands of visitors a year are drawn to Crater Lake, and for good reasons. Peering into the incredibly blue, pristine waters that fill the massive volcanic caldera is an awe-inspiring experience. But Oregon’s striking sapphire beauty isn’t alone on the map when it comes to incredible natural destinations. Southern Oregon and Northern California are home to seven national park sites….
Bird watching is much like a treasure hunt. You start with a list of birds to see and pictures to help identify them. Once you’re in a good location, use binoculars or perhaps a long camera lens and start looking. If you’re in Klamath Falls or the wider Klamath Basin, bird watching can become much easier than you think. Stand by the side of a quiet road and you may spot some Snow Geese.
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