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E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area

This is a 1,700-acre wildlife area managed by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. It is predominantly grass-shrub habitat -some native, mostly patches of cultivated grass-forb or food crop surrounded by an abundance of himalayan blackberry- with scattered small wetlands, ponds, and riparian and upland woodlands.

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This is a 1,700-acre wildlife area managed by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. It is predominantly grass-shrub habitat -some native, mostly patches of cultivated grass-forb or food crop surrounded by an abundance of himalayan blackberry- with scattered small wetlands, ponds, and riparian and upland woodlands.

Location: Near Adair Village, 10 miles north of Corvallis on Highway 99W, west-central Willamette Valley.

Description: This is a 1,700-acre wildlife area managed by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. It is predominantly grass-shrub habitat--some native, mostly patches of cultivated grass-forb or food crop surrounded by an abundance of Himalayan Blackberry--with scattered small wetlands, ponds, and riparian and upland woodlands.

Ornithological Highlights: The site provides significant habitat for Yellow-breasted Chat, Western Bluebird, and Willow Flycatcher. Trumpeter Swans and Dusky Canada Geese use the ponds for roosting. Peregrine Falcon, Bald Eagle, and Red-Shouldered Hawk have also been observed here. About 195 species of birds have been seen in the Wildlife Area.

For more information on E.E. Wilson, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database. 

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Location: Near Adair Village, 10 miles north of Corvallis on Highway 99W, west-central Willamette Valley.

Description: This is a 1,700-acre wildlife area managed by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. It is predominantly grass-shrub habitat--some native, mostly patches of cultivated grass-forb or food crop surrounded by an abundance of Himalayan Blackberry--with scattered small wetlands, ponds, and riparian and upland woodlands.

Ornithological Highlights: The site provides significant habitat for Yellow-breasted Chat, Western Bluebird, and Willow Flycatcher. Trumpeter Swans and Dusky Canada Geese use the ponds for roosting. Peregrine Falcon, Bald Eagle, and Red-Shouldered Hawk have also been observed here. About 195 species of birds have been seen in the Wildlife Area.

For more information on E.E. Wilson, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database. 

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