Habitat use by snag-associated species : a bibliography for species occurring in Oregon and Washington Public Deposited
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Fifty-seven species of wildlife rely on or frequently use snags for breeding, roosting, or denning in Oregon and Washington. Several publications offer information on use of snags by wildlife, influence of management activities on snags and snag users, and approaches to managing snags to benefit wildlife. Because of the diverse information available and the variety of sources in which it is published, it can be difficult for a biologist or land manager to compile information needed to understand habitat needs of a given species. To help compile information on species in Oregon and Washington, that use snags, we developed a comprehensive bibliography of published literature on ecology of species of wildlife closely associated with snags. Here we present it in a user-friendly format.
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