Conservation of State Wildlife Action Plan cavity-nesting bird species on ponderosa pine family forests of the Pacific Northwest

Project Description

American Bird Conservancy and its primary partners, American Forest Foundation and Forest Restoration Partnership, completed numerous project activities for the conservation of cavity-nesting birds in ponderosa pine forests, in particular habitat management (e.g., snag creation, snag retention, thinning, invasives control, etc. at six private land sites in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho with over 8,000 acres of pondoerosa pine forest.

Project Map

Publicly Accessible: No
County: Grant County, OR

Project Sites

  • Dovenberg (Not publicly accessible)

Goals and Targets

Primary Motivations:

  • Conservation Mission

Consistent With Plans:

  • Conservation Plan
  • State Wildlife Action Plan

Targeted Habitats:

  • Forests and Woodlands
    • Conifer Forests

Targeted Species:

No targeted species were identified for this project.

Conservation Actions

Action Status Start Year End Year
Other - Terrestrial habitat restoration and management: snag management Completed 2007 2009


Is the success of this project's actions being monitored? No/Unknown

Quick Facts

Owning Organization

Wildlife Conservation Society

Managing Organization

American Bird Conservancy
(Non-Governmental Organization)

Contact Information

Bob Altman
american bird conservancy
Dan Casey
American Bird Conservancy

General Information

Project #: 1904
Last Updated: January 17, 2011

Project Relations


American Forest Foundation
Forest Restoration Partnership


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