A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.
Many bird species found during spring and summer in Pacific Northwest forests and woodlands spend the winter months in Mexico, Central and South America, or Neotropics. These birds, which inhabit the Pacific flyway, are called Neotropical migrants. This publication outlines the importance of these birds to the Northwest and details habitat considerations for landowners who would attract them to their woodlands. Tables offer lists of habitat preferences for different birds, and species lists for coniferous forests in eastern and western parts of Oregon and Washington. A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project Publication.