The New ONDA.org
Devin Dahlgren Website
The first thing you’ll notice (we hope!) is the images. ONDA is grateful to the many talented photographers who share their photos with us each year to grace the pages of our annual Wild Desert Calendar, our newsletter, and this website.
For these photographers, sharing images with ONDA is an extension of their commitment to public lands. You can see who took any particular image by clicking on the camera icon in the bottom right corner of the photo. And, you can read the bios of our frequent contributors here.
With images that span the width of the page and photo galleries, our new website was designed to provide a better showcase for their images and, in turn, a better showcase for the beauty of Oregon’s high desert.
Site visitors can also get to know the ONDA team better now, thanks to the professional photography provided by Michelle Bauer.
Better Visitor’s Guides
We had a good deal of visitor info on our old site, but it was admittedly a bit tricky to find. In this version, we’ve made this information a bit more prominent and we’re looking forward to adding more content to these guides in the coming year. We hope you’ll use our visitor’s guides as a starting point for your own exploration of these remarkable regions.
Enjoy the beautiful photographs and learning more about Oregon’s High Desert! We hope you won’t find too many broken links or typos, but, if you do, please feel free to email a note to our communications manager and we’ll do our best to get it fixed right away.
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