PIF Focal Species

Acorn Woodpecker

Habitat: Oak Closed Woodland or Forest Habitat Attribute: large mature trees

Bewick’s Wren

Habitat: Riparian Shrubland Habitat Attribute: moderate to high shrub cover

Black-capped Chickadee

Habitat: Riparian Open Woodland Habitat Attribute: cavities in snags or decadent limbs

Black-Throated Gray Warbler

Forest Stage: Young/Pole forest Habitat Attribute: Deciduous Canopy trees

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Habitat: Oak-Chaparral Habitat Attribute: moderate to high shrub cover

Brown Creeper

Forest condition: Old-growth/Mature Forest Stage: (Multi-Layered/Late-Successional) Habitat Attribute: Large trees less abundant along edges than in the forest interior requires patches of contiguous forest habitat much larger than their territory to maintain a presence or a viable population (forest-interior or area-sensitive species)


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