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Oregon Ecoregions- Willamette Valley

Oregon Ecoregions- Willamette Valley

You are invited to post photographs of wild plants/fungi, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, arthropods, and fish you observe in the WILLAMETTE VALLEY ecoregion of Oregon. Please link to the associated website to view a brochure created by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. A map shows the boundaries of this ecoregion and a summary tells about the habitats and species found here. Remember to pack out whatever you pack in; try to leave the environment you visit better than you found it. Thank you. Sign in to join mission

Oregon Ecoregions- Willamette Valley
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The purpose of this mission is to provide a place to collect photographs of plants and wildlife observed in the WILLAMETTE VALLEY ecoregion of Oregon. Oregon is divided into eight ecoregions. Each ecoregion represents the specific location and landforms that provide habitat for plants and animals living within that particular area. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife created information brochures to describe the eight ecoregions. Each one contains a map, and summary for strategy habitats and species found in that particular area. A link is provided for an associated website. Enjoy exploring Oregon's rich biodiversity and posting your photographs as you live/visit the Willamette Valley ecoregion.

Oregon Ecoregions- Willamette Valley

Lat: 45.28 Long: -122.97

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