Working farm and ranch lands support a variety of wildlife, including birds. Changing demographics are affecting the future of working lands in Oregon, however, threatening habitat that some species depend upon.Learn More
Oak and Prairie Habitats
In June 2018, the Intertwine Alliance published a plan that will guide oak and prairie conservation in the greater Portland-Vancouver area for the next decade. The plan brings together the best science and the most effective tools to conserve part of Oregon’s dwindling white oak and native prairie habitats.Learn More
There is good news for landowners in California – the state of California has developed new incentives for oak woodland restoration efforts on private lands.Learn More
Pacific Birds worked with the Cascadia Prairie-Oak Partnership, the Klamath-Siskiyou Oak Network and other partners to develop a conservation business plan that addresses the ecological, cultural and economic issues at play in oak and prairie landscapes. Prairie, Oaks and People outlines strategic conservation objectives and offers potential strategies to achieve them.Learn More
A unique conservation initiative that sustains healthy local economies and valuable oak habitat is gaining momentum in Oregon. The goal of the Willamette Valley Oak Accord is to generate awareness and support for oak conservation and to help landowners conserve or establish oak habitat on their property.
Oak habitat, including the large iconic oaks of open landscapes, provide critical food, shelter and nesting habitat for resident and migratory birds, insect pollinators, and other wildlife.Learn More