Wildlife Habitat Management in the Clackamas River Basin
The forests in the Clackamas River basin provide habitat for numerous species of wildlife. The Clackamas River itself also supports a variety of salmon species such as the Steelhead, Chinook and Coho salmon. Clackamas Stewardship Partnership works closely with partners to secure funding for improving and expanding habitat for salmon and other species of concern. Endangered species in the basin in the Northern spotted owl and the Clackamas Bull trout. There have been recent efforts to reintroduce the Clackamas Bull trout back into the basin. Other species of concern include the Pacific lamphrey and Red tree vole.
More Information and Resources on Wildlife Habitat Management
Early Seral in Moist Forests of the Pacific Northwest – OSU – USFS – 2017
Wildlife in Managed Forests – Oregon Forests as Habitat – OFRI – 2020
Wildlife in Managed Forests – Fish Habitat and Passage – OFRI – 2014
Managing for Wildlife Habitat in Westside Production Forests (PNW-GTR-695)
Clackamas River Bull Trout Reintroduction Project 2015 Annual Report