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Tag: oak-associated bird



Large mature oak tree with spreading limbs (c) Frank Lospalluto

OakBirdPop is an interactive tool to inform land managers and others in the Pacific Northwest in planning and implementing oak habitat management and restoration actions. The goal is to help assess the projected population response of 31 oak-associated bird species to oak habitat changes. OakBirdPop is an interactive supplement to the Land Manager’s Guide to Bird Habitat and Populations in Oak Ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest.