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Shared habitat: How we can unpack potential wildlife conflicts

Presentation about avoiding conflicts with wildlife in the garden.

By Dana Sanchez, | Presentation

Wildlife on your land: Boon or bane?

Useful concepts and reminders, How conflicts might arise, Basics on how we can manage conflicts, Usual suspects and some specific strategies, How we can provide opportunities

By Dana Sanchez, | Presentation

Field Guide to the Shrubs of Southwestern Oregon

Southwestern Oregon’s forests and woodlands are home to more than 100 species of shrubs – plants that add immeasurably to the beauty and function of this remarkably diverse ecosystem. This field guide is designed to help you identify 56 of the most frequently encountered shrubs in the area.

By Max Bennett, Jan Walker | Publication

Woodchucks

In general, rockchucks (aka woodchucks) prefer open farmland and the surrounding wooded or brushy areas adjacent to
open land. Burrows commonly are located in fields and pastures, along fence rows, stone walls, roadsides, and near building foundations or the bases of trees.

By Rene M. Bollengier Jr. | Publication