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FIELD REPORT: PAINTED HILLS
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The plants and landscape of North Central Oregon are a world apart from the coastal forest just across the Cascades. Douglas Fir gives way to pines and then to sagebrush. Here the flora share more in common with the Great Basin desert. And in the John Day Fossil Beds one finds evidence of the beginnings of the modern temperate climate amongst stunning strata of Oligocene epoch deposits.

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