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Phillip Elden
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Phillip Elden is the Conservation Director of Native Oregon, working in the Umpqua National Forest region. He enjoys spending time with his weim, Jeff.
Phillip Elden is the Conservation Director of Native Oregon, working in the Umpqua National Forest region. He enjoys spending time with his weim, Jeff.

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Looking for trout? Try shaded areas with cool water. They like deep pools and fast moving riffles. – Phillip Elden
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It’s time to get ready for trout fishing season. Follow me for tips on how to catch the biggest. – Phillip Elden.
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Bobcats are common throughout the state and are about twice the size of the domestic House cat. – Phillip Elden
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You did not think we only had bears and foxes did you? Oregon is home to both cougars and lynxes. #MountainLion -- Phillip Elden
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The #StripedSkunk is as cute as a house cat but will quickly repel you with foul-smelling musk expelled when feeling fearful.
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The American badger is a medium-sized carnivore perfectly adapted to digging. It’s mostly nocturnal but may be seen during the day.
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It’s not #HughJackman but the wolverine is a large mammal that kind of looks like a bear. They’ve been spotted in Jack in Linn Counties.
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#AmericanMarten is a medium-sized mammal that looks like a weasel. It is common in the Cascade Range. – Phillip Elden
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