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Discovery in Northeast Oregon

Canadian Goose: Elk On the Starkey Experimental Forest and Range in Northeast Oregon, elk are used to determine what sort of nutrition they require, or prefer. This is part of a study to record the changes in vegetation by elk, and also of cattle, at different utilization levels. Classes At The Orchard http://thinklinkdiscoverycenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Dojo-Schedule.jpg

Regional Discovery

Places to Discover in the Pacific Northwest!

RSS Oregon Zoo Arrivals and Departures

  • It's a girl! Orangutan baby 'Jolene' makes zoo debut May 6, 2022
    Category: conservation and species recovery, arrivals and departures Video of Orangutan Baby Jolene Ventures Outside With Mom Kitra’s 3-week-old baby is named for her ‘flaming locks of auburn hair’ After a few weeks of consideration, care staff have selected a name for orangutan Kitra’s new baby. Inspired by the line in the Dolly Parton classic that goes, “Your beauty […]
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  • Zoo welcomes new Bornean orangutan baby April 15, 2022
    Category: conservation and species recovery, arrivals and departures Video of Zoo Welcomes New Bornean Orangutan Baby First-time mom Kitra and her new baby are doing well, caregivers say The Oregon Zoo’s primate family grew by a few pounds on Wednesday morning as 20-year-old Bornean orangutan Kitra gave birth to a new baby, adding to the world population of this […]
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  • Off and running: 2-month-old bontebok makes zoo debut April 7, 2022
    Category: conservation and species recovery, arrivals and departures Video of Rare Bontebok Calf Goes Outside For The First Time Tutula, a rare African antelope calf, frolics around her outdoor habitat for first time Winter the bontebok’s new calf has a name: Tutula, selected by her care staff in honor of her Tutu Tuesday birthday — and also, perhaps, because she is […]
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Think Link Discovery Center has played an active role in the Grand Ronde Valley of Eastern Oregon for close to two decades.  Currently Think Link services are limited.

Think Link Discovery Center was founded in 1995. Think Link is a non-profit community resource that provides a variety of novel, dynamic, thought-provoking educational experiences to expand curiosity, creativity, inventiveness and global awareness in the humanities, arts, and sciences through hands-on educational experiences. Think Link is legally established as a tax exempt charitable organization under the nonprofit 501(c)(3) provisions of the Internal Revenue Service Code.

Think Link is operated by experienced teachers, parents and community members who believe that the successful future of our nature and world is dependent upon decision making by creative, curious, inventive and ethical minds able to solve problems in dynamic and innovative ways.