A public presentation of research on various plant and animal species of northeastern Oregon and the Zumwalt Prairie is planned in Wallowa County by University of Idaho students in the Conservation Biology class taught by Dr. Lisette Waits.

The presentation is scheduled from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, April 30, at the Community Connection Center in Enterprise.

The animal species include pallid bat, rubber boa, tailed frog, ring-necked snake, loggerhead shrike and the spotted skunk.

The presentation is sponsored by John Williams of the OSU Extension Service and Rob Taylor and Phil Shephard of The Nature Conservancy.

For more information, contact Shephard at (541) 426-3458 or Lisette Waits, (208) 885-7823.

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