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Crater Lake on Social Media
For the latest updates on park roads, weather and more, follow Crater Lake National Park on Twitter. Click here to go directly to the park's account at CraterLakeNPS.
For more in-depth information, check out the park's Facebook page. Click here to go to CraterLakeNPS on Facebook.
Audio Available On-line
NPR's article "Documenting the Sound of Fallen Trees" originally broadcast September, 2011.
Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Public Broadcasting
Videos Available On-line
The Oregon Field Guide TV show (Oregon Public Broadcasting) has show segments available for viewing on-line.
The "Saving the Bull Trout of Sun Creek" segment was first broadcast in 2001.
The "Crater Lake Water Study" segment was first broadcast in 1998.
The "Crater Lake Mapping" segment was first broadcast in 2001.
The "Europa Project" segment was first broadcast in 2001.
The "Crater Lake's Dying Forest" segment was first broadcast in 2003.
The "Wolverine" segment was first broadcast in 2006.
Did You Know?
The "Old Man" of Crater Lake is a mountain hemlock log that has been floating upright in the lake for more than 100 years! Wind currents enable the Old Man to travel to different locations around the lake.