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Wildlife Trees in Managed Forests

Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7 PM

OSU Extension, 569 Hanley Rd, Central Point

Trees with deformities or other defects such as mistletoe brooms, heart rot and “candelabra tops” often provide critical structure for wildlife.  This program will help you better identify and manage for valuable habitat trees and other structural features on your property that support a diverse range of species, from birds to mammals, to amphibians.

Speaker:  Bob Carey, Certified Wildlife Biologist, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Yreka CA.  Bob spent 15 years as staff Wildlife Biologist for a private forest management firm covering 300,000 acres in northeast CA and several years as a consulting wildlife biologist. 

 

For More Information Contact:

Max Bennett

Extension Faculty, Jackson/Josephine Counties

Forestry & Natural Resources Program

Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center

569 Hanley Road

Central Point, OR 97502

(541) 776-7371 x221

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