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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has identified about 236 places where you can go to see some very interesting Oregon wildlife. The ODF&W took two years to create a website that identifies where most of these animal viewing "hot spots" are. "Part of the strength of the Department of Fish and Wildlife and something that not everyone realizes, is that we manage all wildlife in this state. Not just those species that are hunted and fished. So our biologists in the regions, in the fields and local offices have a wealth of information. So we talked to our biologists and we found places where people will be able to go and see species." Meg Kenagy with ODF & W says on the website, they have information about what kinds of wildlife is in that location, what time of year to see them and how to get there. We have a link to the ODF & W on our links page at KBND-dot-com.

 

 

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