Managing for Wildlife
WITH CAREFUL STEWARDSHIP, YOUR FOREST CAN BE A HAVEN FOR WILDLIFE
For many forest owners, creating and enhancing the habitat value of their woods is a top priority. Many stewardship actions can make your forest a better home for native Northwest critters, from creating snags and down logs to installing nest boxes and pollinator-supporting hedgerows. Identifying your resident species and optimizing habitat for them can be one of the most compelling rewards of forest stewardship.
- Family Forests and Wildlife: What You Need to Know
- Managing Forest Habitats for Migrant Song Birds
- Keeping Dead Wood and Creating Wildlife Habitat Piles
- Forest Restoration with Birds in Mind
- Managing Small Woodlands for Raptors: Oregon & Washington
- How to Build a Wildlife Habitat Pile (video)
- Westside Douglas-Fir Forests and Wildlife
- Maintaining and Enhancing Wildlife Habitat
- Salmon Field Guide
- Amphibians in Managed Woodlands: Tools for Family Forestland Owners
Additional resources on managing for wildlife and other topics are available in the NNRG Resource Library.
NNRG Resource Library