Steelhead Falls is a waterfall on the Middle Deschutes River, just west of Crooked River Ranch near Terrebonne, Oregon.
Before dams were built along the Deschutes and Columbia rivers, thousands of salmon and steelhead would travel upriver to the falls, and they would take the time to rest in the large pool below the 15-foot falls before continuing their trip upriver. Native Americans would also fish at the falls with nets and spears, and there are even some petroglyphs carved into some of the higher rock walls.
Orthoceras fossils are found around the globe, occurring in any marine rock, especially in limestone.
These are slender, elongate shells with the middle of the body chamber constricted in a spiral fashion.