Obsidian tool flakes at Benson Pond area at Malheur

Obsidian tool flakes made by early inhabitants in the dry sagebrush habitat near Benson Pond in Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon, USA, April, 2009_OR_0690

2 thoughts on “Obsidian tool flakes at Benson Pond area at Malheur”

  1. Lee, as a birding, Malheur, photography enthusias I love your weblog. I only hope that we can attract caring people as I am a little jealosy of a gem I “discovered” about 10 years ago. Peace and good natue experiences! Bob

    1. I have been going to Malheur for about 18 years, and always love the experience. I’m always surprised that there aren’t more birders there, but it is a long drive. Happy birding!

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