November biggest month for wildlife collisions: Hawk Watch sees decreases: High levels of toxics in Columbia River fish

November is biggest month for wildlife/car collisions in Oregon

During the last several years, more drivers have reported being involved in traffic crashes with wildlife on Oregon roads during November than any other month of the year. Read the press release from Oregon State Police.

Hawk Watch sees decreases in kestrels and golden eagles

Mt. Hood Hawk Watch staff wrap up the season for the year. See the whole story in the Oregonian (includes good photos of local raptors).

Tests reveal high levels of toxic pollutants in Columbia River fish

No big surprise there. See the article at OPB’s Ecotrope.

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