Next Coho tour Sunday Feb 18 at 2:00pm. Meet at the common house (the community entrance, not the street side). Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, so we know to look for you. A community work party is happening at the same time, so you will get to see cohoots in action!
A little history of our snag, situated near the garages: It has been with Coho since the beginning. It was topped off with a nice flat area that has been used by larger birds like turkey vultures and osprey to eat and mate for years, but until last summer, as the tree was nearing the […]
You will have an opportunity to see a work party in action! Learn about many different aspects of life in community. Please RSVP to email@example.com, and you will get a reminder with the name of your guide and where to meet.
Peahens investigating Christina’s balcony. These independent peahens have been spotted at different sites around South Corvallis for several weeks. Then they discovered Coho. Who doesn’t want to live at Coho? Unfortunately, they enjoy roosting on our tall buildings. They can be heard calling from various areas around Coho and South Corvallis at different times of […]
Our beloved friend Mike passed away this morning, with his sister, Peg, by his side. In honor of his love for flowers, cohoots visited and left flowers on his body before singing him off to the funeral home. We reminisced about Mike during our scheduled business meeting: his sense of humor, playfulness, and the many […]
When we first moved to Coho, I just couldn’t get the whole “wildlife corridor” concept, especially when I saw deer walking down the main path at Coho. When I asked about the wildlife corridor, one of the stories I heard involved newts being able to cross the fire lane from the swale behind bldgs 6 […]
Text and Photo by Betty B. Most bee species are solitary, meaning that each female cares for her own offspring. Eggs are laid one at a time in a chamber created from mud or chewed up plant leaves, provisioned with bee bread made from pollen and nectar, and then sealed up. Then she starts a […]
Some of the most frequent fliers at my bird feeder are several birds who nest and live mostly on the ground. These include towhees, dark-eyed juncos, song sparrows, white-throated sparrows, and fox sparrows. The white-throated sparrows and dark-eyed juncos live on the ground, but nest further north, they live at Coho from fall through spring. […]