Forests as Habitat for Wildlife: Priority Actions for Habitat Management

All ages of forest land provide habitat for different wildlife species. We will showcase wildlife found across Oregon’s diverse forests. Participants will learn tools for managing wildlife habitat at each age of forests. In addition, we will explore how various management actions can benefit the wildlife that is found across the landscape. We will also explain how priority actions for wildlife habitat can fit into landowner objectives.

Originally aired on January 5, 2021

Instructors:

  • Fran Cafferata Coe, Certified Wildlife Biologist, Cafferata Consulting, LLC
  • Julie Woodward, Senior Manager of Forestry Education, Oregon Forest Resources Institute

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