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View the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's conservation strategy for reptile species showing the ecoregional distributions, special needs, limiting factors, data gaps and recommended conservation actions.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) staff led development of the Strategy working with a diverse coalition of Oregonians including scientists, conservation groups, landowners, extension services, anglers, hunters, and representatives from agriculture, forestry and rangelands. The...
A list of agencies and programs that can provide financial and technical assistance to landowners for helping fish, wildlife and habitat from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Published as a part of the Oregon Conservation Strategy in 2008.
View the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's conservation strategy list for birds showing the ecoregional distributions, special needs, limiting factors, data gaps and recommended conservation actions for these species.
The Oregon Conservation Strategy identifies priorities for monitoring. A suite of priority species for monitoring is assigned to each priority habitat type within each ecoregion. Monitoring Strategy species is designed to complement ongoing large-scale vegetation monitoring and ongoing efforts to...
Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands in Western Oregon provide multiple ecological, economic, and cultural values for local communities, the state, and the nation. In addition to supporting critical fish and wildlife habitat, they provide timber and other goods that support jobs and provide income...
View the Oregon Department of Forestry's conservation strategy list for amphibian species showing the ecoregional distributions, special needs, limiting factors, data gaps and recommended conservation actions.
An introduction to habitats in the Willamette River Basin. 2002.
A report prepared for the 2003 Oregon Legislature on recommendations for improvements to existing incentive programs. Prepared by the Oregon Department of Agriculture and Oregon Department of Forestry. February 2003.
This Defenders of Wildlife report is an economic and policy assessment of the biological effectiveness and economic efficiency of incentive mechanisms for private landowners to conserve U.S. biodiversity. Its focus is on rural lands that tend to be used for forestry, agriculture and residential...

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