Dana Sanchez

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How can we help our captive fawn?

A new fawn has been born in our horses 7 acre "dry lot" turnout. I have seen the mother and the little one looks healthy. We live in Central Oregon and the dry lot is primarily Juniper trees and Mustard weed because the horses have eaten any natural grasses. The fence is 4 ft. high so the fawn is...

By Dana Sanchez, | Featured Question

Shared habitat: How we can unpack potential wildlife conflicts

Presentation about avoiding conflicts with wildlife in the garden.

By Dana Sanchez, | Presentation

How do I move a shrub with a nest?

Arborvitae line my back fence and I want to remove them and replace them with fruit trees. However, a pair of scrub jays is nesting in the arborvitae. I am not in an imminent hurry, but how can I eventually remove the arbor vitae with minimal disruption to the jays?

By Dana Sanchez, | Featured Question

How can I keep crows and jays from being hogs?

Do you have a seed type recommendation or other techniques and strategies for discouraging crows and jays from monopolizing my feeders. These corvids scratch all the seed out onto the ground and chase away the songbirds I'm trying to serve.

By Dana Sanchez, | Featured Question

Manage Wildlife Conflicts in Your Home and Garden

Our homes and gardens often overlap with spaces and resources used by wild animals, both native and non-native. A "shared habitat" situation can pose some challenges when the animals' day-to-day activities come into conflict with ours. This publication gives an overview of how and why human-wildlife...

By Dana Sanchez | OSU Extension Catalog

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