Bird’s Eye Habitat Tool

The Bird’s Eye Habitat Tool is intended to allow resource managers to view graphical summaries of prediction bird habitat at multiple scales. Multi-species habitat indices and species habitat values are based on species-centered distribution models (SDMs) for 32 focal species in the Klamath Mountains Ecoregion of southern Oregon and northern California. Habitat objective descriptions for the 32 focal species provide context for the graphical outputs.

Click here to access the tool: https://aknw.shinyapps.io/birdseyehabitat/

Click Here for an in-depth instruction manual and analysis methods

Funding to support the Bird’s Eye Habitat Tool was provided by the US Forest Service Klamath National Forest. The tool was developed in collaboration by Klamath Bird Observatory using modeling approaches developed in partnership with Oregon State University.

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