Oregon White Oak and Wildlife: Tools for Family Forestland Owners
The graceful, spreading Oregon white oak presides over many rich landscapes of the Pacific Northwest and anchors many rich native habitats. This species provides habitat for over 200 wildlife species, including insects, birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians. Due to their ability to survive drought and fire, and their long-lived nature, a mature oak tree can live up to 500 years while supporting a multitude of species.
Oregon White Oak and Wildlife: Tools for Family Forestland Owners (PDF)