Watch wildlife with purpose
Join the community scientists who have shared their wildlife observations in Oregon throughout the iNaturalist app. Record your sightings of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles from around the state and contribute valuable data to wildlife conservation.
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Over the last 10 years, these free youth hunts have hosted 7,212 participants who harvested 7,432 pheasants.
Information gleaned from the teeth of harvested black-tail deer will help ODFW biologists learn more about the deer population.
Harvest and effort data can help you identify promising places to hunt. This page includes maps showing harvest, hunter days...