Support legislation for barrier free migration

Sharing our habitat with wildlife is critical for the survival of migratory species like mule deer. Populations of two local herds are at 40% and 60% of what is needed for their continued survival. They are in our neighborhoods because they are stranded, and without migration, they will not thrive. Send these postcards to a […]


Migration is key to mule deer survival

Migration between the upper elevations of summer ranges and the lower elevations of winter ranges is essential for mule deer survival. This graphic shows how migration occurs from the eastern Cascades in Central Oregon to the Fort Rock and John Day areas.  Barriers disrupt this migration. Unless there is community support, populations of mule deer […]