Day: An annual event at COS!
Animals on display in the Life Science Building: A virtual tour!
Bear Trail in Winter: A
Flora on the Bear Trail: Longing
for spring?? A virtual tour!
||These pictures show off a black bear taken by Brian Belcastro
in November of 1994 near Black Butte. The male bear, or boar, weighed
508 pounds, stood 8-9 feet tall, and was approximately 3-4 years
old. The taxidermy is by Leonard Slabaugh.
Speaking of bears, The Bear Trail is a 1.7 mile loop circling
the Weed campus. It is used by students and staff alike for
recreation, and demonstrates many native plant and animal species.
Flora of the
Bear Trail was created by Ken and Leona Beatty.
Neil Schanker, pictured here, has been published online! Please
check out his article "Matsutake
Mushroom Mania" at McGraw Hill's integrative website!
Click on the Pictures
to view a larger version!
Neil Schanker recieving award from
Lisa, ASB President.
A big box!!
Earth Day is an annual event at College of the Siskiyous.
Students and staff participate in activities aimed at increasing awareness.
These activities help our campus and the community. Earth Day occurs
on campus each spring, and activities are included, such as the Bear Trail
trash pickup shown here.
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