These resources are designed to provide more information about the Strategy and help you in your Strategy-related work.
Conservation Strategy GIS Data: Download GIS layers for Conservation Opportunity Area map, Historic Strategy Habitat map and Current Strategy Habitat map.
Conservation Registry : This is an online database that records, tracks and maps conservation actions across the landscape.
Conservation Opportunity Area (COA) Explorer: The Explorer provides an interactive way to explore the maps presented in the Oregon Conservation Strategy.
Ecoregion flyers: One-page flyers designed for public outreach that provide an overview of Strategy habitats, Strategy species and invasive species in each ecoregion.
Nonnative Wildlife: Wildlife, Division 56: Importation, Possession, Confinement, Transportation and Sale of Nonnative Wildlife.
Oregon Columbia Plateau Ecoregion Wind Energy Siting and Permitting Guidelines (pdf)
Oregon Conservation Strategy Resource Flyer (pdf): List of online resources.
Preparing Oregon's Fish, Wildlife, and Habitats for Future Climate Change: A Guide for State Adaptation Efforts (pdf): a plan for preparing for climate change in natural systems in the state of Oregon, with a focus on managing fish and wildlife populations and their habitats.
Watershed District Strategy Coordinators (pdf): Find ODFW employees who are available to answer Strategy related questions and provide guidance at a local level.