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How can we save the squirrels?

Recently, when I drove on the road, I saw a squirrel died in the road almost every day! How can we help them avoid being hit by cars?

By Dana Sanchez


Rangeland Monitoring

Monitoring is a process that land managers can use to assess how management decisions affect rangeland and natural resource health.

By Chris Schachtschneider


Participatory Plant Breeding for Dry Farmed Systems

Educational video with information on options for dry farming.

By Amy Garrett


Flooded Fields and Drainage Ditches of the Willamette Valley

Flooded fields and drainage ditches of the Willamette Valley / Habitat legacies for native fish and wildlife.

By Guillermo Giannico

Online Resource

Extension Wildlife

General wildlife info, preventative measures and managing human-wildlife conflict, encouraging wildlife use of your area, pathways into the wildlife profession, etc.

By Dana Sanchez

News Story

Aspen is making a comeback in and around Yellowstone National Park, because of predators

Aug 30, 2018
The reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park is tied to the recovery of aspen in areas around the park, according to a new study.

By Chris Branam
Aug 30, 2018

Featured Question

Can I relocate my garden snakes?

Hi! I have thoroughly enjoyed my little black garden snakes for 15+ years - they’ve been in a certain relatively unused area of our yard (stacked rocks, old railroad tie wall, lots of sun). I accidentally exposed 3 little ones - 5 inches maybe - a month or so ago. Now there are the tell tale empty...

Online Resource

Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management

Non-profit, grant-funded site that provides research-based information on how to handle wildlife damage problems responsibly.
For homeowners, it includes information on identifying damage, tips on stopping wildlife damage, baits, traps and supplies, and how to find a wildlife control operator near you.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Caring for Coral at Hatfield Marine Science Center's Visitor Center

This video explains how the aquarists monitor the lighting, water flow, water chemistry and nutrition in tanks with corals to ensure that they grow into colorful colonies.