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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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Canyonville

Douglas County | Canyonville Area

Habitat: Herbet’s pond with trail; since county worked on dam very little water habitat but brush habitat is very good: cannot walk all the way around pond because of brush; farmland, river, riparian, mixed hardwood and conifer.

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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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Coast Range NF 41

Douglas County | Coastal Sites

Mixed aged conifer mostly Douglas fir, Western Hemlock and Western red cedar

Pileated, hairy woodpeckers; several flycatchers, wood warblers, owls: n.pygmy, n.saw-whet, barred, 4 thrush species, grouse, mountain quail, western tanager

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Cooper Creek Reservoir

Douglas County | Sutherlin Area

Cooper Creek Reservoir- Habitat: Open water, mixed conifer/hardwood forest, and marsh.

Birds: Green-winged Teal, Cinnamon Teal, both wigeon, Ring-necked Duck, Wood Duck, Bufflehead, Northern Pintail, Wilson’s Snipe Steller’s Jay, We...

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Dean Creek

Douglas County | Coastal Sites

Habitat and Birds: Habitat: river, wet fields. Birds: Bald Eagle, Red-shouldered Hawk, White-tailed Kite, Greater Scaup, other waterfowl, swallows,   For most tourists a large herd of Roosevelt elk are the main draw shorebirds, marsh birds. Best...

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Fivemile Road

Douglas County | Coastal Sites

Most of the road passes through young successional forest that can reveal some good coastal mountain species. Look and listen for Saw-whet and Pygmy Owls. Mountain Quail are here along with some Ruffed and Sooty Grouse at higher levels. Water and ...

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Ford’s Pond

Douglas County | Sutherlin Area

Habitat: large pond, small marshy pond, brush, riparian, fields.

Birds: large variety  and numbers of waterfowl in winter, raptors, rails, nesting Tricolored Blackbirds (historically), Black Phoebe, American white pelican variety of passer...

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