A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.
Written as a practical guide for woodland owners interested in fish and wildlife management. Certain tree species and understory plants grow in association with Douglas-fir in coastal forests of the Pacific Northwest. Not surprisingly, birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians also prefer certain plant species or forest stages within these coastal forests. The authors explain forest succession, and offer tables showing who's who in wildlife habitats: from grass-forb to old growth.
Cooperators for the Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project include state and federal agencies in Washington and Oregon.