Nature & Science


Nature Watch LogoOpportunities abound for enjoying nature on the Klamath National Forest. The Forest Service NatureWatch program is for people to experience wildlife, fish, and flowers in their natural settings; to promote recreational viewing opportunities; facilitate learning about the environment; and to promote conservation efforts and wise use of natural resources.


Celebrating Wildflowers LogoThe national forests, national parks, national wildlife refuges, grasslands, and millions of acres of public lands are truly America's wildflower gardens. Celebrating Wildflowers, a collaborative commemoration between the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park Service promotes the importance of conservation and management of native plants and plant habitats and emphasizes the aesthetic, recreational, biological, medicinal, and economic values of wildflowers.
"Celebrating Wildflowers - National Wildflower Week" is annually hosted during the month of May to feature the important role that the Nations public lands, over 630 million acres, play in providing diverse habitats for much of America's flora.


Are you interested in science?  So are we!  Check out these Forest Service, USDA and other sites!

Climate Change LogoAs a land management agency, the US Forest Service has a unique responsibility to address questions about climate change mitigation and adaptation involving the many issues that challenge forest and rangeland owners, managers, and users.  The Forest Service website on Climate Change Research provides useful and interesting information.

The research and development (R&D) arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service works at the forefront of science to improve the health and use of our Nation's forests and grasslands.

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The Audubon Society Science provides the scientific rigor, credibility, and guidance to Audubon’s conservation agenda and practices.