Important fish and wildlife habitats of Oregon: an inventory
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Oregon-Idaho Area Office - Nature - 142 pages
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abundance and diversity acres agency area of concern Asteraceae Bandon Estuary Basin birds Borax Lake Brassicaceae Cascades classification classified as threatened coastal conservation or scenic Coos Bay County Department of Fish DESTRUCTION/DEGREE OF PROTECTION easements ecosystem elevations endangered species endemic species including estimated acreage Estuary Fabaceae Federally classified Findley Buttes Fish and Wildlife Forest Service Franklin Hill habitat HABITAT AND SIGNIFICANT habitat types impact and permanence Klamath River Klamath River canyon long-billed curlew Natural Area Preserves Natural Heritage Program North Spit Oregon Department Oregon Natural Heritage Peregrine falcons permanence of change Physiographic Province plant species Pony Slough population prairie falcon raptors Scrophulariaceae Severity of impact shorebirds snowy plover Species abundance species of concern Spit of Coos Tillamook U.S. Fish uniqueness or national Wallowa Wallowa Mountains Warner sucker Warner Valley waterfowl western western snowy plover wildlife and ecosystem wildlife habitats Wildlife Service wildlife species