HABITAT PLANTING - SPRING 2022
In coordination with Redmond Area Parks and Recreation, Beaver Works habitat volunteers planted 175 plant starts - "sticks" - of black cottonwood, willows and dogwood trees.
It’s our hope that this project will provide increased habitat for both birds and nearby beavers while also allowing our State’s animal – Castor canadensis – to continue to provide ecosystem benefits to flora and fuana along this stretch of the Deschutes River.
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Fast-growing cottonwood starts replace trees felled by beaver, will provide shade coverage and wildlife habitat along this slough.