2 edition of preliminary assessment of the status of the Lewis" woodpecker in Wasco County, Oregon found in the catalog.
preliminary assessment of the status of the Lewis" woodpecker in Wasco County, Oregon
by Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Wildlife Program in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Series||Technical report / Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Wildlife Program -- #88-3-01., Technical report (Oregon. Nongame Wildlife Program) -- #88-3- 01.|
|Contributions||Oregon. Nongame Wildlife Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis)Species Code: B Description: Lewis's Woodpecker is medium-sized woodpecker with a dark red face, gray collar, and a dark iridescent green-black back. The belly is pinkish or salmon red. The wings and tail are all dark, without spots or patches. USING NEST BOXES FOR LEWIS’S WOODPECKER CONSERVATION IN CENTRAL OREGON DIANE KOOK1 AND JAMES D. MOODIE2,3 Abstract. The Lewis’s Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) is a North American picid that is in decline over the past 40 years, due in large part to a lack of suitable breeding sites.
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Status of the California yellow-billed cuckoo in Klamath County and eastern Oregon / Carroll D. Littlefield. [Portland]: Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Wildlife Program, QLP56 G34 A preliminary assessment of the status of the Lewis' woodpecker in Wasco County, Oregon / Christie Galen.
Portland, Or. The Lewis's Woodpecker might have woodpecker in its name, but it forages like a flycatcher and flies like a crow. It has a color palette all its own, with a pink belly, gray collar, and dark green back unlike any other member of its family.
From bare branches and posts, it grabs insects in midair, flying with slow and deep wingbeats. It calls open pine forests, woodlands, and burned.
Lewis is an unincorporated community in Wallowa County, Oregon, United States. It was named by Herbert L. Dunbar for Frank Lewis, whose wife, Alta E. Lewis, was the first postmaster of the community's post office, which operated from Septem to May County: Wallowa.
Lewis’s woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) is a locally common but patchily distributed woodpecker species usually seen in open forests of western North America. The combination of its sporadic distribution, its diet of adult-stage free-living insects (primarily aerial), its preference to nest in burned landscapes, and its variable migratoryCited by: 2.
Crook County was established on October 9,by an act of the Oregon State Legislature. The county was named after General George Crook, a veteran of various battles against the indigenous peoples of Eastern Oregon in the middle of the 19th century.
The county was formed from territory formerly part of Wasco County, including the hilly region where the foothills of Seat: Prineville. the technical report titled “Amended Preliminary Economic Assessment, Calico Resources Corp., Grassy Mountain Project, Malheur County, Oregon, USA,” effective Janu (the “Technical Report.”).
Meadow checker-mallow is a state-listed candidate plant species that occurs on several areas of the refuge.
Birds considered species of concern that have been observed on the refuge are olive-sided flycatcher, yellow-breasted chat, acorn woodpecker, Lewis’ woodpecker, and band. The History of Wasco County, Oregon, Wm. McNeal, ca.page Peter John Stadelman Owner of the Stadelman Fruit and Ice Co.
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After breeding, Lewis's Woodpecker usually begin their southward fall migration in late August or early September (Tobalske ).
In Montana, most of the migrating Lewis's Woodpecker observations have occurred in August. In fact, only a single observation of Lewis's Woodpecker exists from September (Montana Bird Distribution Committee ).
Reports: September (Class B) - Evening archery hunters hear possible whoops for 15 minutes in Mt. Hood National Forest; July (Class B) - Camper's nighttime howl has possible knock response in Mt.
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Court St NE, SuiteSalem OR, Phone: () Email: [email protected] Lewis’s woodpeckers primarily occur in western states and closely follow the distribution of ponderosa pine (Tobalske ). Lewis’s woodpecker breeding ranges occur as far north as southern British Columbia and extend south through Washington state into California.
From the west coast, the breeding range extends as far east as Colorado. Birds of Lane County is the essential guide for anyone - backyard birder or serious observer - interested in the birds of western Oregon.
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LEWIS’S W OODPECKER Melanerpes lewis Original1 prepared by Martin Gebauer Species Information Taxonomy The Lewis’s Woodpecker is currently placed in the genus Melanerpes, a genus with 21 species (Tobalske ). It has often been placed in the monotypic. Came to Oregon at the age of ten years, and was educated at the public schools of Yamhill County; at the Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon; at the Portland Business College, and at the Law Department of the University of Oregon, from which he graduated with LL.
degree. 1Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, NE Oregon Street, SuitePortland, OR State of Oregon Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries Brad Avy, Director and State Geologist MINERAL ASSESSMENT REPORT COMMON SCHOOL TRUST LANDS IN THE ELLIOTT STATE FOREST DOUGLAS AND COOS COUNTIES.
Seasonal Occurrence of Birds in the Central Umpqua Valleys, Douglas County, Oregon White-tailed Kite Lewis's Woodpecker Golden Eagle Acorn Woodpecker birds of Douglas County, part 3. Oregon Birds ," and is based on many years of field observations and reports of File Size: 20KB.
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Business can be transacted by phone, e-mail, or online.Fig. 1: Locations of historic breeding sites and recent non-breeding records of Lewis’s Woodpecker in the Georgia Depression, British Columbia.
Base map from the Gazetteer of Canada, Vol. British Columbia, 3. Status of Species a) Population size The Lewis’s Woodpecker is currently considered extirpated from the Garry oak.Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis)Species Code: MELE What they look like: Lewis's Woodpecker is medium-sized woodpecker with a dark red face, gray collar, and a dark iridescent green-black back.
The belly is pinkish or salmon red. .