The Oregon Conservation Strategy is an ambitious effort to synthesize the best available data, science, and knowledge into a broad vision and conceptual framework for long-term conservation of Oregon’s native wildlife. It is intended to be a dynamic, living approach that will be adjusted as new information and insights are gained. Therefore the information contained within this archived document may be outdated. Please check for the most recent version of the Oregon Conservation Strategy on the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife website at: http://www.dfw.state.or.us/conservationstrategy/
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