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Sensitive Area Maps

ODFW has identified three categories of sensitive areas for the purposes of the vector control guidance: 1) Wildlife Areas and Refuges, 2) Wetlands of Concern, and 3) Unique, Rare, or Vulnerable Habitats.  These sensitive areas are identified on maps by county only for those counties with a vector control program.  You may choose a county by clicking on the image map or selecting a county name from the list.

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