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Red Squirrel
American Red Squirrel

Tamiasciurus hudsonicus

Welcome to the Dishman Hills Natural Area Field Guide! This is a free wiki site, originally created by high school students in 2009. You may register as a member and create/update its pages, submit photos, and interact with other members in the forum. Free, no charge!

If you were looking for dishmanhillsfieldguide.com, then you have found it! In 2013, the “.com” domain name was auctioned off (failure to pay GoDaddy dues). It was easier to let go of the old name and purchase a new name with the ".org" ending.

Dishman Hills Natural Area is one of Washington State's Natural Resource Conservation Areas, on the far east side of the State, east of the City of Spokane, south of Sprague Avenue. The Dishman Hills topography extends beyond the Natural Area, so the content of this site is relevant to all of the Dishman Hills , and much of Spokane County.

Mission Statement:
*An easy-to-use guide for identifying hundreds of wildflowers, trees, mosses, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals in the Dishman Hills.

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

This wiki site includes photos, maps and drawings that help explain everything found in The Dishman Hills. It is a work in progress. You only need to register to contribute photos, update text and create new articles (pages). Registering is free and all that is needed to contribute. You will find lots of helpful information about the Dishman Hills, as well as the science and history behind it.

Click on one of the links on the left for more about The Dishman Hills.

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