Topic of Interest
Managing Northern Spotted Owl Habitat in Dry Forest Ecosystems
Powerpoint Presentations

Photo - Owl habitat in an eastside forest (Courtesy of USDA Forest Service).

2006 WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

[Please note: The following presentations are provided in both PowerPoint and PDF formats. They are large files. Choosing the option to Save to your own computer will minimize downloading time.]

Setting the stage: Recap from the 2005 workshop.
Nancy Gilbert, Field Supervisor, Bend Field Office, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Bend, OR
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Setting the Stage: Overview and focus for this workshop.

Jim Thrailkill, Wildlfe Biologist, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, OR
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Overview: Global to local - Factors influencing Klamath dry forest ecosystems.
Dr. Tom Sensenig, Area Ecologist, USDA Forest Service, Medford, OR
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A synthesis of the science on northern spotted owl habitat in the Klamath Province (nesting, roosting, foraging and prey habitat).
Brian Woodbridge, Wildlife Biologist, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Yreka, CA
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Managing for other late-successional species in dry forest environments—moving away from single species management using the fisher as an example.
Laura Finley, Wildlife Biologist, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Yreka, CA
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Fire regimes and forests of the Klamath Mountains.
Carl Skinner, Science Team Leader, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Redding, CA
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Treatments and methods to manipulate stand structure.
Greg Chandler, Fuels Management Specialist, USDI Bureau of Land Management, Medford, OR
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Stand response to vegetative treatments: long-term owl habitat development and fire risk.
Cori Francis, Silviculturist, USDI Bureau of Land Management, Grants Pass, OR
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Developing prescriptions to manage spotted owl habitat in dry forests of northern California.
Dr. Larry Irwin, Western Wildlife Program Manager, National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, Stevensville, MT
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Case Study: A conceptual approach for prioritizing landscapes for fuel treatments in northern spotted owl habitat.
Ray Davis, Wildlife Biologist, USDA Forest Service, Roseburg, OR; Jim Thrailkill, Wildlife Biologist, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, OR
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