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Wildlife Movement Strategy for Oregon

The Oregon Wildlife Movement Strategy addresses wildlife passage via coordinated interagency partnerships.  Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) and Oregon Department of Transportation (ODA) initiated the strategy in 2006. Through the partnership, the Oregon Wildlife LInkages dataset was created which maps key movement areas for wildlife, emphasizing areas that cross paved roads. The primary goal of this dataset and its related attributes are to address the question: "Where is the best place on the landscape to provide for animal movement needs that are essential to life history function?"