Northwest Coloring Book
These Northwestern United States wildflower illustrations were done
by Karl Urban at Umatilla National Forest in Oregon. They
are meant to be used as coloring book pages for Celebrating Wildflowers
and other educational activities. Karl put the drawings into
the public domain, but please remember to give him credit if you use the
There are two different copies of each drawing. There is one drawing
for you to color and the other one uses numbers or arrows to show you what
colors to use for each part of the wildflower.
There are two different lists from which you may pick drawings to download,
alphabetized common names and alphabetized scientific names.
You can print a drawing by using your web browser's print command or
you can download the drawing file(s) to your computer by clicking your
right mouse button on the link, choosing "Save link as…" and using a graphics
program such as Paint Shop to print it out.
Comments, suggestions, and questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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