August 14, 2008

Bob and Thea Pyle plus Xerces charter member Dave McCorkle, Canopy Crane Site Director Ken Bible, and Research Scientist Matt Schroeder, in the crane’s gondola. Photo by Ray Davis, Wildlife Biologist for the Umqua National Forest.

Bob Pyle searching for Johnson’s hairstreak eggs and larvae in dwarf mistletoe 45 m up in old-growth western hemlock. Photo by Ray Davis.

Thea and Bob at the Wind River Canopy Crane at Carson, WA. Photo by Ray Davis.

McCorkle’s branded skipper. Photo by Ray Davis.



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