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Cerro Gordo

About Cerro Gordo:

Project Proponent: McKenzie River Trust

Year Acquired: 2017

Conservation Values Protected: This property protects conservation values such as: oak woodland habitat, which contains a mix of native trees including Oregon white oak; upland mixed conifer forest which contains healthy mixed Douglas fir, Western hemlock, Doolittle Creek and its associated riparian habitats; and Western red cedar; and native grassland, complete with grassland plant communities in relatively good condition and with populations of rare plants. These protected conservation values provide refuge and native habitat for plant and bird species, including habitats Oregon conservation strategy species and other federal Species of concern, including but not limited to shaggy horkelia; pileated woodpecker and Western gray squirrel. Other important conservation values protected by Cerro Gordo are connectivity to other conservation properties managed primarily for habitat and water quality protection.

Acres: 532

Access: Not open to the public

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Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program Contact List (pdf)
ODFW Wildlife and Fish Biologist Contact List (pdf)

For more information

Contact Laura Tesler, Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program Coordinator,



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