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Oregon Conservation Strategy

A blueprint for conservation of the state’s native fish and wildlife and their habitats, the Strategy provides information on at-risk species and habitats, identifies key issues affecting them and recommends actions. Read or download the Oregon Conservation Strategy.

Conservation CuveeSale of Duck Pond wine benefits ODFW Conservation Program

Duck Pond Cellars celebrates its commitment to healthy fish and wildlife populations by donating $5 from the sale of each bottle of Conservation Cuvee to ODFW’s Conservation Program. Unique blends of pinot noir, Conservation Cuvee can be purchased at Duck Pond Cellars, through its website, and at select restaurants and wine shops.

CompassIntroducing: Compass, a first-of-its-kind online data and planning tool.

This interactive map portrays crucial fish and wildlife habitats. Compass website.

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On the Ground: The Oregon Conservation Strategy at Work


For more information about ODFW nongame programs and Threatened and Endangered and Sensitive Species, please visit the Wildlife Conservation Web page.


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