1985 Management of Wildlife and Fish Habitats in  Forests of Western Oregon and Washington
1985 Management  of Wildlife and Fish Habitats in  Forests of Western Oregon and Washington
1991 Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests
1991 Wildlife and Vegetation of  Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests
It’s all “managed” Time
one extreme  or the other Time
created quickly  develops slowly Time
Early Seral = no, or low, live conifer cover Time no snags lots of snags
The Forest is on Fire!
Now what?
Setting the Context
Forest Changes in Western Oregon Mature & Old-Growth Forests 1914 1940 1996
Fire-Killed Forest Patches (the “Other” Forest) Forest Changes in Western Oregon 1914 1940 2002
 
 
conifer cover low high
conifer cover low high
conifer cover change decrease increase
conifer cover change decrease increase
conifer cover change decrease increase
no snags lots of snags conifer cover change decrease increase
conifer cover change decrease increase
conifer cover change decrease increase
conifer cover change decrease increase
conifer cover change decrease increase
conifer cover change decrease increase
Coast Range Klamath Cascades conifer cover change decrease increase
 
 
 
 
Elbert L. Little, Jr. 1971, Atlas of United States trees
Brian E. Small Brian E. Small NatureServe - Digital Distribution Maps of the Birds of the Western Hemisphere Version 3.0
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
 
 
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
S NAG  I NVENTORY
S NAG  D ISTRIBUTION ACROSS THE LANDSCAPE
Wildlife Response?
 
Lazuli Bunting salvage period
White-crowned Sparrow salvage period
House Wren salvage period
Olive-sided Flycatcher salvage period
Mountain Quail salvage period
Hermit Warbler salvage period
Hermit Thrush salvage period
Varied Thrush salvage period
Golden-crowned Kinglet salvage period
Swainson’s Thrush salvage period
Bird Species Richness
In Summary…
 
This is not true!
… but they do change wildlife habitats Change Wildlife Habitats
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Management Of Wildlife And Fish Habitats In Forests Of Western Oregon And Washington

  1. 1. 1985 Management of Wildlife and Fish Habitats in Forests of Western Oregon and Washington
  2. 2. 1985 Management of Wildlife and Fish Habitats in Forests of Western Oregon and Washington
  3. 3. 1991 Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests
  4. 4. 1991 Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests
  5. 5. It’s all “managed” Time
  6. 6. one extreme or the other Time
  7. 7. created quickly develops slowly Time
  8. 8. Early Seral = no, or low, live conifer cover Time no snags lots of snags
  9. 9. The Forest is on Fire!
  10. 10. Now what?
  11. 11. Setting the Context
  12. 12. Forest Changes in Western Oregon Mature & Old-Growth Forests 1914 1940 1996
  13. 13. Fire-Killed Forest Patches (the “Other” Forest) Forest Changes in Western Oregon 1914 1940 2002
  14. 16. conifer cover low high
  15. 17. conifer cover low high
  16. 18. conifer cover change decrease increase
  17. 19. conifer cover change decrease increase
  18. 20. conifer cover change decrease increase
  19. 21. no snags lots of snags conifer cover change decrease increase
  20. 22. conifer cover change decrease increase
  21. 23. conifer cover change decrease increase
  22. 24. conifer cover change decrease increase
  23. 25. conifer cover change decrease increase
  24. 26. conifer cover change decrease increase
  25. 27. Coast Range Klamath Cascades conifer cover change decrease increase
  26. 32. Elbert L. Little, Jr. 1971, Atlas of United States trees
  27. 33. Brian E. Small Brian E. Small NatureServe - Digital Distribution Maps of the Birds of the Western Hemisphere Version 3.0
  28. 34. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  29. 35. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  30. 36. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  31. 37. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  32. 38. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  33. 39. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  34. 40. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  35. 43. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  36. 44. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  37. 45. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  38. 46. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  39. 47. Case Study - Umpqua National Forest
  40. 48. S NAG I NVENTORY
  41. 49. S NAG D ISTRIBUTION ACROSS THE LANDSCAPE
  42. 50. Wildlife Response?
  43. 52. Lazuli Bunting salvage period
  44. 53. White-crowned Sparrow salvage period
  45. 54. House Wren salvage period
  46. 55. Olive-sided Flycatcher salvage period
  47. 56. Mountain Quail salvage period
  48. 57. Hermit Warbler salvage period
  49. 58. Hermit Thrush salvage period
  50. 59. Varied Thrush salvage period
  51. 60. Golden-crowned Kinglet salvage period
  52. 61. Swainson’s Thrush salvage period
  53. 62. Bird Species Richness
  54. 63. In Summary…
  55. 65. This is not true!
  56. 66. … but they do change wildlife habitats Change Wildlife Habitats
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