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Birds

The 125 bird species found in the watershed include spotted owl and marbled murrelet, which are listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act.

See a list of bird species documented to occur within the watershed (pdf).

The watershed includes a variety of habitat types for birds, including old-growth and second-growth coniferous forest; deciduous, riparian forest; meadows and wetlands; streams, lakes, and ponds; and subalpine ridgetops.

Learn more about several bird species in the watershed that have been listed under the federal Endangered Species Act or have regional significance:

Other bird species in the watershed: