Bill Yake, writer and ecologist, just completed his residency at the Andrews Forest. He writes “Nine days in contact with the forests, streams, people, smaller mammals, and above-and-below-ground fungi of the Oregon Cascades in the McKenzie-Blue River drainage. A stay capped off by a visit from a (my first) Northern Spotted Owl in the old growth up a nearby ridge.”
We wanted to share this link Bill sent us to his photo album. It includes some beautiful shots of the forest, a terrific pic of that Spotted Owl in flight, and a nifty video of a ‘flying’ squirrel.

Bill Yake’s Andrews Forest residency album