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In March 2006, Portland’s City Council approved the Portland Watershed Management Plan (PWMP) and the Framework for Integrated Management of Watershed Health (Framework). The documents established citywide goals and objectives for improving the health of Portland’s watersheds, including aquatic and terrestrial biological communities.
The PWMP gave high priority to developing and integrating a terrestrial component into watershed management, which led to the development of a Terrestrial Ecology Enhancement Strategy (TEES).
Use the links on the right to open the TEES Summary and TEES attachments.
The purpose of this effort is to have a common body of information and agree-upon priorities for conservation and restoration of terrestrial plant and animal communities in Portland.
The TEES effort focuses on the following:
Summary and Update
Vertebrate Wildlife Species for Portland
Special Status Species
Special Status Wildlfie Species Database Information
Special Status Species Plants
Special Status Habitats
Landscape and Urban Habitat Features
Threats and Limiting Factors
TEES Site Assessment Short Form
TEES Site Assessment Long Form
Using the TEES Site Assessment Forms
TEES Site Report Template
Avoiding Impacts on Nesting Birds Guidance
Living with American Beavers Guidance
Portland Bird Agenda
Wildlife of Portland Poster
Dogs for the Environment Brochure
Sensitive Wildlife and Your Dog
Oaks Bottom Bird Checklist
Mt. Tabor Bird Checklist
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