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Want to be a good neighbor to local wildlife? Check out these tips from a Conservation Specialist to take your "naturescaping" game to the next level!
While it can be challenging to find the balance, there is much that we can do to meet our objectives for wildlife while controlling weeds and reducing fuels. Recent research at OSU can help us make informed decisions about some of the tradeoffs.
Educational event draws hundreds from woodland community in Clackamas County and beyond.
Researchers, forest managers and citizen scientists are working together to discover what native bees live in Oregon forests.
There are many fun and educational benefits to placing a wildlife camera on your property. With the help of these cameras, you can develop a cumulative list of the diversity of wildlife species found on your property to supplement the wildlife section of your property’s management plan.
Bats, which make a lot of people duck and cringe, are actually invaluable insect predators, and given a second look these furry little creatures are actually quite cute.
There are more than 300 different species of hummingbirds and about a dozen in the United States.
The replacement of a native streamside plant community by only one species of weed is not beneficial to wildlife.