Bird nest located in Malheur lake, 1908. Finley and Bohlman photos of the area in 1908 helped President Roosevelt declare Malheur a bird refuge in 1908. Malheur was once threatened by plume hunters until it was declared a refuge.
A young Great blue heron photograph taken by Finley and Bohlman at Malheur 1908. A white form of the Great Blue Heron exists known as the "great white heron," it is found in shallow marine waters along the coast of southern Florida, the...
A hand painted glass slide of an American White Pelican with its young at Malheur lake in 1908, photographed by Finley and Bohlman. Finley and Bohlman photographs would help Malheur become a bird refuge in 1908.
Hand painted glass slide of nest site taken by Finley and Bohlman in 1908 at Malheur lake. Malheur would later become a bird reuge with the help of photgraphs by Finley and Bohlman of the area in 1908.
Finley and Bohlman's mission while shooting photos in Malheur was bring an end to plume hunting that was destorying bird colonies in that area, including western grebe's. They were successful and Malheur was declared a bird refuge in 1908.