Oregon parade, picnic spotlight endangered species

August 1994
National Wildlife (World Edition);Aug/Sep94, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p26
Reports on the efforts of a group organized by the National Wildlife Federation's Western Natural Resource Center to inform the public about Oregon's endangered species. Construction of a float depicting the plight of endangered species for Portland's Rose Festival Starlight Parade in June 1994; Bald Eagle Celebration Picnic; Members of the group.


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