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Big Camas Loop

Douglas County | Cascade Mountains Area

Mixed aged and species of conifer habitats along route;( Douglas Fir, Incense Cedar, Sugar and Lodgepole Pines, Western Hemlock and Western Red Cedar are prevalent) wet meadows, and brushy scrub;

one-lane gravel road with turnouts; Hammond...

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Carmen Lake

Douglas County | Cascade Mountains Area

This is a unique habitat for low elevation on the Umpqua National Forest.

Series of small ponds surrounded by mixed ponderosa and sugar pine with old-growth Douglas-fir; numerous dead trees and cattail marsh in ponds; rocky bluffs above; Th...

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Hemlock Lake

Douglas County | Cascade Mountains Area

Mid-elevation small lake with old growth forest(Shasta Red Fir, Douglas Fir, White Fir are predominant), elevations from 600 to 4600 feet are covered on the road; clearcuts, and natural meadows nearby; 1-mi loop trail around lake; shrubby habitat ...

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Illahee Flats

Douglas County | Cascade Mountains Area

The habitat combination is unique to the North Umpqua Ranger District. Mixed low-elevation mature Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine forest surrounds a large dry meadow;

forest species include Chipping Sparrow, Cassin’s Vireo, Ruffed Grou...

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Lemolo Lake

Douglas County | Cascade Mountains Area

lake, wet meadow, riparian and mixed conifer. Birds: low numbers of grebes and waterfowl, Osprey, Olive-sided flycatcher,

Black-backed Woodpecker, Chipping Sparrow, American Dipper, Spotted Sandpiper Bald Eagle, Mountain Chickadee, Western ...

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