Canby, Oregon

What is Canby, Oregon known for?


historic community

River , and from the south through the historic community of Aurora (Aurora, Oregon). The Molalla River passes by the southern and western border of the city. Climate This region experiences warm (but not hot) and dry summers, with no average monthly temperatures above 71.6 °F. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Canby has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate (Mediterranean climate#Warm-summer Mediterranean climate), abbreviated "Csb"


largest great

River State Park , where the confluence (Confluence (geography)) of the Molalla, Pudding, and Willamette form a floodplain, provides one of the most significant habitats for small mammals and waterfowl in the Willamette Valley, including one of the largest blue heron (Great Blue Heron) rookeries in the region. habitat for small native trout and good spawning beds


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* (Category:Canby, Oregon) Category:Cities in Oregon Category:Cities in Clackamas County, Oregon Category:Portland metropolitan area Category:1870 establishments in Oregon ;Road Molalla's principal road links


large variety

. Founded in 1966, it is one of the largest community colleges in the state of Oregon, serving the needs of a large variety of students. Clackamas Community College offers three campuses: the central campus of Oregon City, Harmony Community Campus in Clackamas, and the Wilsonville campus. Extension sites are also located in the towns of Canby (Canby, Oregon) and Molalla (Molalla, Oregon), where CCC offers English as a Second Language, GED in Spanish, computer science and plenty


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and his group of warriors. The area was known as Baker Prairie when the community was founded in 1857. Canby was incorporated


great blue

River State Park , where the confluence (Confluence (geography)) of the Molalla, Pudding, and Willamette form a floodplain, provides one of the most significant habitats for small mammals and waterfowl in the Willamette Valley, including one of the largest blue heron (Great Blue Heron) rookeries in the region. habitat for small native trout and good spawning beds


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habitat for small native trout and good spawning beds for Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Trout. In fact the Molalla has long had a reputation for its sizeable native runs of both species.


community education

of community education classes. thumb right A visitor to Hart's Reptile World holds a boa constrictor (Image:Hartsreptileworldsnake.jpg) from the exhibit's collection '''Hart's Reptile World''' is a family-owned, not-for-profit reptile zoo located in Canby (Canby, Oregon), Oregon, United States. The zoo represents every aspect of the reptile family, from snakes, turtles, tortoises, lizards, alligators, and crocodiles. Founded in 1978, the reptile zoo educates


title making

, passing through cities such as Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon), Hubbard (Hubbard, Oregon), and Canby (Canby, Oregon), before entering the Portland metro area in Oregon City (Oregon City, Oregon). The stretch between Canby and Oregon City is notorious for frequent and serious accidents. The Wilsonville (Wilsonville Station) station, at the southern end of the line, provides about 400&nbsp;park-and-ride spaces.

Canby, Oregon

'''Canby''' is a city in Clackamas County (Clackamas County, Oregon), Oregon, United States. The population was 15,829 at the 2010 census. It is located on Oregon Route 99E, two miles northeast of Barlow (Barlow, Oregon).

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