Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.
Use the dropdown boxes below to find publications related to specific animals, conservation issues, and regions.
No Place for Nature: The Limits of Oregon's Land Use Program in Protecting Fish and Wildlife in the Willamette Valley »
This report explores the role of Oregon's land use planning system in protecting habitat for native fish and wildlife, with focus on the Willamette Valley, where Oregon's growth pressures are strongest.
Thinning, Fire and Forest Restoration: A Science-based Approach for National Forests in the Interior Northwest »
This report explores the scientific basis for active management techniques such as thinning and prescribed fire in low-elevation dry forests. Written by Rick Brown.
Describes the development of the Oregon Biodiversity Project and its products. Written by Wendy Hudson and Sara Vickerman. Published in 1998.
An exhaustive look at Habitat Conservation Plans (HCPs) and other conservation plans and analyzes their strengths and weaknesses. This report offers science-based recommendations for improving conservation planning.
The report analyzes a wide range of options for improving stewardship across the landscape, including private and working lands, in Oregon. Written by Sara Vickerman. Published in 1998.