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E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area

Red-legged Frog
Red-legged Frog
-Oregon Fish and Wildlife-

Species List

Amphibians

Red-legged Frog (Uncommon)
Bull Frog (Abundant - Invasive Species) (pdf)

Birds    

American Goldfinch (Uncommon)
American Kestrel (Common)
American Wigeon (Uncommon)
Bald Eagle (Occasional)
Barn Owl (Uncommon)
Barn Swallow (Common)
Belted Kingfisher (Uncommon)
Black-capped Chickadee (Common)
Blue-winged Teal (Rare)
Canada Goose (Common)
Canvasback (Rare)
California Quail (Common)
Cinnamon Teal (Common)
Common Snipe (Uncommon)
Cooper's Hawk (Uncommon)
Cliff Swallow (Common)
Downy Woodpecker (Occasional)
Dunlin (Common)
Eurasian Wigeon (Uncommon)
Gadwall (Rare)
Great-horned Owl (Common)
Greater White-fronted Goose (Rare)
Greater Yellowlegs (Common)
Green-winged Teal (Common)
Hooded Merganser (Common)
Killdeer (Common)

Lesser Scaup (Uncommon)
Long-billed Dowitcher (Uncommon)
Mallard (Common)
Mountain Quail (Rare)
Northern Flicker (Common)
Northern Goshawk (Rare)
Northern Harrier (Common)
Northern Pintail (Uncommon)
Northern Shoveler (Uncommon)
Osprey (Uncommon)
Peregrine Falcon (Rare)
Prairie Falcon (Rare)
Purple Finch (Common)
Red-winged Blackbird (Common)
Ring-necked Duck (Common)
Ring-necked Pheasant (Uncommon)
Red-tailed Hawk (Common)
Solitary Sandpiper (Occasional)
Ruddy Duck (Rare)
Ruffed Grouse (Rare)
Tree Swallow (Common)
Trumpeter Swan (Rare)
Tundra Swan (Uncommon)
Turkey Vulture (Common)
Violet-green Swallow (Common)
Western Sandpiper (Uncommon)
Wood Duck (Common)

 

American Kestral
American Kestrel
-Photo by Cathy Nowak, ODFW-

Garter Snake
Garter Snake
-Photo by Dave Budeau-

Reptiles

Ringneck Snake (Abundant)
Northwestern Garter Snake (Common)
Red-spotted Garter Snake (Abundant)
Gopher Snake (Abundant)
Sharptail Snake (Uncommon)
Rubber Boa (Common)
Racer (Common)

Mammals    

Beaver (Common)
Black Bear (Rare)
Black-tailed Deer (Common)
Black-tailed Jackrabbit (Rare)
Bobcat (Uncommon)
Brush Rabbit (Common)
California Ground Squirrel (Abundant)
Camas Pocket Gopher (Abundant)
Cougar (Rare)
Coyote (Common)
Creeping Vole (Common)
Deer Mouse (Abundant)
Dusky-footed Woodrat  (Common)
Eastern Cottontail (Abundant)
Elk  (Rare)
Gray Fox (rare)
Gray-tailed Vole (Abundant)
House Mouse (Common)
Marsh Shrew (Uncommon)

Mink (Uncommon)
Muskrat (Common)
Northern River Otter (Uncommon)
Norway Rat (Common)
Nutria (Common)
Opossum (Common)
Pacific Jumping Mouse (Uncommon)
Porcupine (rare)
Raccoon (Common)
Red Fox (Uncommon)
Shrew-mole (Common)
Striped Skunk (Common)
Townsend's Chipmunk (Uncommon)
Townsend's Mole (Common)
Townsend's Vole  (Abundant)
Trowbridge's Shrew (Uncommon)
Vagrant Shrew (Abundant)
Western Gray Squirrel (Uncommon)

 

river otters
River Otters
-Dmitry Azovtev-

E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area Office has a complete list available

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