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OREGON FIELD GUIDE

Oak Savannah

  • Aired: 02/25/2010
  • 08:41
  • Rating: TV-G
Several endangered Oregon species, including the Kincaid's lupine, rely on oak savannah, a type of habitat that once covered a million acres in the Willamette Valley. Now only pockets of the distinctive landscape of huge oaks and open grassland remains.
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Land managers are working to restore pockets of the once-common oak savannah ecosystem.
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