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Coyote Oaks

About Coyote Oaks:

Project Proponent: McKenzie River Trust

Year Acquired: 2014

Conservation Values Protected: The purpose of this conservation easement is to protect the conservation values of healthy hardwood forests associated with wetlands and riparian areas, These forests are dominated by Oregon white oak and California black oak, which provide shading for aquatic species and water temperature, refuge for terrestrial species, resident elk, deer and other large game species, woody material for the creek system, and habitat for resident and migrating birds. This property includes a significant portion of Lower Coyote Creek, an important tributary to the lower Long Tom River. The Property is located within the Pacific Flyway, one of several major flyways in North America for migrating waterfowl, and contains habitat values for wintering and breeding birds. Coyote Oaks also contains important habitat for northwestern pond turtles, which are an Oregon conservation strategy species.

Acres Protected: 152

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)

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Contact Laura Tesler, Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program Coordinator,



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