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Our work to protect and restore Oregon’s high desert public lands is fueled by the generosity of our members.

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Bobcat

Bobcat

Found only in North America, where it is the most common wildcat, the bobcat takes its common name from its stubby, or “bobbed,” tail. The cats range in length from two to four feet and weigh 14 to 29 pounds. Bobcats mainly hunt rabbits and hares, but they will also eat rodents, birds, bats, and even adult deer.

Latin name: Lynx rufus fasciatus

 

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Stewardship Pronghorn Fence

Stewardship Pronghorn Fence

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Western Rattlesnake

Western Rattlesnake

Also known as the Great Basin Rattlesnake, these pit vipers have buff-tan coloring and small, oval blotches to blend into their arid surroundings. Small heat-sensing indentations on each side of the snake’s snout detects warm-blooded prey for better striking accuracy in the dark. Source: The Oregon Encyclopedia

Latin name: Crotalus oreganus lutosus

Every donation, advocacy action, and volunteer hour adds up to an incredible investment in a healthy, promising future for Oregon’s desert landscapes, waterways, and wildlife. Please review Oregon Natural Desert Association’s recent financial information for insight into the scope of your giving and the essential programs these contributions support.

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Donor Spotlight: Helen Harbin

You’re sure to see Helen Harbin smiling and mingling at ONDA events and volunteer trips.

Helen has long devoted her immense talent by serving on ONDA’s board -- including seven years as board chair -- using her corporate experience to better the organization. She’s also always ready to lend a hand, whether pulling fence in the field or going on film as one of the Sagebrush Sisters. We can’t thank Helen enough for her devoting her dedication and know-how to the high desert.


“I believe we will protect the Owyhee Canyonlands ...

ONDA has always persevered, and I think that's what will carry the day. In the meantime, I hope to protect this striking place from degradation until we win final permanent protection.”- David Johns