Field Guide to Oregon Rivers is an unprecedented reference that profiles Oregon's waterways and offers travelers, outdoor enthusiasts, and resource professionals an interpretive approach to the state's network of streams. Author Tim Palmer begins with the rivers' natural history-geology, climate, hydrology, plants, animals, and ecology. Then he profiles 120 rivers with notes about nature and fish, prospects for conservation, and essential tips about where to see each river, to hike along the shores, to fish, and to explore by canoe, kayak, and raft. Fifty illustration identify riparian plants and animals, and 150 photographs showcase a magnificent rivers estate. This volume is an essential outdoor companion for Oregonians and visitors alike. Book jacket.
Field Guide to Oregon Rivers
Oregon State University Press