Ellen Bishop

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

2022 SCHEDULE

Our natural history events and activities for the 2022 season begin on May 27!

Click here for more information about upcoming events & presentations.

DISCOVERY WALKS

Enjoy exploring the outdoors on foot? Join Wallowology naturalist, Judy Swank, for a hike at the south end of Wallowa Lake. Learn about local ecology while you enjoy a two-hour exploration at a family-friendly pace.


Every Saturday through September. 9am-11am
Meet in the main lobby of Wallowa Lake Lodge.
Please leave dogs at home.

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OUTINGS

Every season, Wallowology invites guests to spend a day experiencing the wild, living ecosystems of our region with our Systems Ecologist, David Mildrexler. Be ready to pack a lunch and hit the trail to participate in one of these full day adventures that allow time for exploration and learning about regional science and current issues.

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CODE GREEN / EDUCATION

At Wallowology, we encourage all of our guests to explore, play and create with a child-like energy and curiosity. Our C.O.D.E. Green program (Children Outdoors Discovering & Exploring) supports interactive exhibits and play areas in the center when open, hosts family-focused learning events, and provides teachers and families with natural science resources, providing opportunities for children and their families to discover and explore all that nature has to offer!

Adult supervision is required in the center.

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PRESENTATIONS

Schedule:  See Calendar

This season Wallowology is co-sponsoring the Thursday Evening Speaker Series at Wallowa Lake Lodge. We’ve invited regional scientists, artists and historians to share their knowledge. Visitors can expect knowledgeable speakers on a wide range of pertinent local topics from 7pm-8pm every Thursday evening throughout the summer.

Click here to see upcoming events at Wallowa Lake Lodge

SPECIAL EVENTS

Schedule:  See Calendar

If an event won’t fit in an evening talk, or is more structured than a walk, it's a special event. It might be a longer hike, a party, a workshop, a school visit or maybe an off-site tour. We’ve teamed up with groups of all types: schools, land trusts, astronomy clubs, farms, hiking clubs, research groups. We advertise the events, and often help lead them.