WELCOME! The Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Unit is part
of the Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air, and Rare Plants
staff of the USDA Forest Service. Wildlife ecologists
at national and regional levels develop or disseminate
much of the technical information used by the Forest Service
for managing animal habitats within the National Forest
Keep informed about current topics:
We hope you find this site useful and informative.
Internal Web Site links for Testing:
Bioregional Monitoring Design
Species Inventory and Monitoring protocol (MSIM) Pacific Southwest Research
Sage-Grouse Range-wide Issues Forum
and Energy Development Workshop 2006
v. 2.0 The Decayed Wood Advisor for Managing Snags,
Partially Dead Trees, and Down Wood for Biodiversity in
Forests of Washington and Oregon. Version 2 has a lot
of added features!!
text of the 2005 Planning Rule
Forest Restoration Act
Service landbird monitoring programs summary using
point count methods.