From the bloggers at Travel Oregon
Fall in Oregon is a marvelous time of year — when, scanning the ground, we turn over a new leaf to find that the other side of it is even more brilliantly colored. Each leaf offers a reason to look down, but if that’s where your eyes are trained all season long, you will be missing out big time.
Scanning our graying skies reveals an unfolding spectacle that stretches throughout the season. It’s fall migration once again in Oregon. The graceful V formations and massive flocks that fill the air are hindered by nothing but their own travel itineraries south, thanks to the past 100 years of protection and conservation under the landmark Migratory Bird Treaty.
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