Conservation Assessments now online

We have finished a number of conservation assessments in the past year, including on four species of bats (Townsend’s big-eared bat, spotted bat, pallid bat, and fringed myotis), pygmy rabbits, and a synthesis of the ecology of the burrowing owl in the Imperial Valley of California.

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Conservation Assessments now online

We have finished a number of conservation assessments in the past year, including on four species of … [More...]

Writing for the Public

Oregon Wildlife Institute Ecologist Jennifer Gervais has written many peer-reviewed papers, technical … [More...]

Old Peak Road Meadow Restoration

Late-successional forests and wildlife species associated with old-growth have received most of the attention … [More...]

Oak Restoration at Bald Hill Farm

Our friends and colleagues at Greenbelt Land Trust have completed the first phase of oak savanna restoration … [More...]

Conservation Assessment of the Kit Fox

OWI wildlife ecologist, Dave Vesely, just completed a conservation assessment of the kit fox (Vulpes … [More...]