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Ecology, Management, and Conservation of Sensitive Wildlife Species

Wildlife Ecology Team

[Logo]: Wildlife Ecology Team Logo.The Ecology, Management, and Conservation of Sensitive Wildlife Species Team, commonly referred to as Wildlife Ecology Team, is a division of the Pacific Northwest Research Station's Ecological Process and Function Research Program. The team is based at the Olympia Forestry Sciences Laboratory but team scientists and staff conduct research projects from five geographic locations in western Washington and Oregon.  Our team's research focuses on ecology, management, and conservation of sensitive wildlife species. . More.

Some of our team's research highlights include

 

  • Exploring techniques for marbled murrelet monitoring strategies.
  • Long-term population studies of the Northern Spotted Owl.
  • Wildlife habitat relationships of vertebrates in riparian communities.
  • Gaining knowledge on habitat of the American marten and the fisher.
Please review our team's mission to find more detailed information about our objectives and principles.  For more information about our team's current and past research, please select one of the links to the left.

For more information,
please e-mail Martin Raphael
Team Leader, or call (360) 753-7662.

 

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