Portfolio Category: Educational Resources

Infographic: Wildlife Habitat Restoration

The plants and animals who live in our dry ponderosa pine forests are also adapted to fire and benefit from forest restoration. Wildlife habitat restoration in the Deschutes Forest includes work such as improving the health of aspen woodlands and streamside vegetation, creating snags (standing dead trees) for cavity-nesting birds such as woodpeckers, bats, and…
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DCFP Rack Card

For a quick reference guide to print at home, email to friends, or share with neighbors, download our forest restoration Rack Card, which includes a brief introduction to the Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project and our restoration efforts in Central Oregon.
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