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Welcome to the Dishman Hills Natural Area Field Guide! This is a wiki site: meaning this site is created by a network of members. This site focuses on one of Washihngton State's designated natural resource conservation areas, the Dishman Hills Natural Resource Conservation Area. The Dishman Hills topography near Spokane, Washington extends beyond the boundaries of this park, so the content of this site is relevant to all of the Dishman Hills. Being a wiki site, you may register as a member and help create and update its pages, submit photos, and interact with other members in the forum.

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Links from this site to sites outside of WikiFoundary are discouraged. When giving a reference to an outside organization or source, let the reader search for the current web address on their own. Example: "Wikipedia" is OK. Wikipedia's URL address is not OK.

This site contains:
*An easy-to-use guide for identifying hundreds of wildflowers, trees, mosses, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals from Dishman Hills.

*A complete overview of Dishman Hills's natural history, covering geology, wildlife habitats, ecology, rocks and minerals, clouds and weather patterns, and the night sky.

The website is also packed with visual information that explains everything that can be found at The Dishman Hills, from geological processes to the basic features of different plants and animals. We hope that you will find lots of helpful information on Dishman Hills, as well as the science and history behind it.

Click on one of the links to the left or the categories below to find out more about Dishman Hills.
- Animals - Plants - Geology - Habitats - Conservation and Ecology -Night Sky -
- Pinecliff Discovery Trail- Weather - Student Field Investigations - Parvovirus -

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