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PIF Focal Species

Oak Titmouse

Habitat: Oak Closed Woodland or Forest Habitat Attribute: moderate subcanopy or shrub cover

Olive-sided Flycatcher

Forest condition: Sapling/Seedling Forest (Early-Successional) Habitat Attribute: Residual Canopy Trees

Orange-crowned Warbler

Forest condition: Sapling/Seedling Forest (Early-Successional)  Habitat Attribute: Deciduous Shrub Layer 

Pacific-slope Flycatcher

Forest condition: Old Growth/Mature Forest Habitat Attribute: Deciduous Canopy/Subcanopy Trees

Purple Finch

Forest condition: Klamath Mountains Mixed Conifer and Mixed Hardwood-Conifer Forests Habitat Attribute: Pine-Oak Canopy/Subcanopy Trees

Rufous Hummingbird

Forest condition: Unique Forest Habitat  Habitat Attribute: Nectar-Producing Plants

Spotted Towhee

Habitat: Riparian Open Woodland Habitat Attribute: scattered shrubs with herbaceous openings

Western Tanager

Forest Type: Klamath Mountains Mixed Conifer and Mixed Hardwood-Conifer Forests  Habitat Attribute: Forest Canopy Edges 

Western Wood-Pewee

Western Wood-Pewee (Contopus sordidulus) Habitat: Oak Closed Woodland or Forest Habitat Attribute: canopy edges and openings Habitat Objectives (Sites) Mature riparian open woodland in the following conditions: -canopy closure 35-85% of which >80% is oak cover and <10% conifer cover -native understory of shrubs such as snowberry and serviceberry interspersed with native herbaceous grasses and […]

Wilson’s Warbler

Forest condition: Mature/Young Forest  Habitat Attribute: Deciduous Understory