Jamie Hale, The Oregonian

Jamie Hale

The Oregonian

Camas, WA, United States

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Past articles by Jamie:

Federal public lands will drop parking, entrance fees for 9 days in 2022, starting with Martin Luther King Jr. Day

National parks, national forests and other public lands are once again offering fee-free days this year. → Read More

Massive hunting, fishing expansion would open up Oregon wildlife refuges

A 2.3 million acre expansion of hunting and fishing in the U.S. would include wildlife refuges in Oregon and Washington. → Read More

Go whale watching on the Oregon coast remotely with live video feed

The Whale Watching Center on the Oregon coast will be live streaming the spring gray whale migration all week. → Read More

Oxbow Park is a perfect rainy day hike near Portland

With old-growth forest on the edge of the Sandy River, Oxbow is well suited for a day of exploring in the rain. → Read More

National Park Service cuts fee-free days down to 4 for 2018

The National Park Service will waive entrance fees on four days in 2018, down from 10 in 2017 and 16 in 2016. → Read More

Oregon, Washington state parks will be free for Black Friday

Black Friday has become an occasion to go to state parks for free in the Pacific Northwest, with Green Friday in Oregon and Autumn Day in Washington. → Read More

Where and when you can see another total solar eclipse in the U.S., for the next 100 years

Miss out on the 2017 total solar eclipse? Here's when the next ones will cross America, for the next 100 years. → Read More

Oregon City whitewater park left in limbo at Willamette Falls

The proposed whitewater park has a lot of public support, but the Willamette Falls Legacy Project will be moving on without it. → Read More

Suttle Lodge is bringing a taste of Portland to central Oregon

The new central Oregon getaway offers a rustic lakeside experience, with a few amenities from Portland as well. → Read More

Tickets on sale now for OMSI's 2017 solar eclipse viewing party

OMSI will host a viewing party at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem for the 2017 solar eclipse. → Read More

Portland man climbs Oregon's 5 tallest mountains in one run

Christof Teuscher, an associate professor at Portland State University, is the first person to scale all five mountains in one push. → Read More

National Park Service turns 100: Here's how to celebrate in the Pacific Northwest

The National Park Service is celebrating 100 years of managing park sites across the U.S., including many in the Pacific Northwest. → Read More

Get free admission to national and Washington state parks this week

Fee-free days are coming to national parks and Washington state parks in honor of the National Park Service centennial. → Read More

7 things you need to know about Oregon's 2017 solar eclipse

We're exactly one year out from the total solar eclipse that will cross Oregon in 2017 -- here's what you need to know to get ready. → Read More

A giant Cascade Range national park? It could have been a reality

The Cascade Crest National Park would have encompassed nearly the entire Washington Cascade Range. → Read More

Astoria-Megler Bridge celebrating 50 years of spanning the Columbia

The 4.1-mile bridge was an architectural feat, and an important moment for the Pacific Northwest coast. → Read More

Naked Goddess Swim returning to Portland, spots still open for swimmers and volunteers

The nude, women-only swim is coming back to the Willamette River in downtown Portland. → Read More

Welcome to Lincoln County, land of an incredible 31 Oregon State Parks

The beautiful county on the central coast boasts more state parks than any other in Oregon. → Read More

15 late-summer adventures in the Pacific Northwest

Summer is winding down, but there's still time to get out and around the Pacific Northwest. → Read More

Stone House covered in graffiti again, two months after big cleanup

Only seven weeks after a complete cleaning, Portland's beloved Stone House is once again covered in graffiti. → Read More