Fish and Wildlife Habitat

Carrolls OaksFish and wildlife habitat conservation areas perform many important physical and biological functions that benefit the County and it's residents. These functions include but are not limited to providing opportunities for food, cover, nesting, breeding, and movement for fish and wildlife; maintaining and promoting diversity of species and habitat; helping to maintain air and water quality; controlling erosion, serving as areas for recreation, education and scientific study and aesthetic appreciation; providing neighborhood separation and visual diversity within urban areas, sustaining ESA-listed species, and supporting recreational and commercial fisheries.

Map Sources

Priority Habitat and Species Maps, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Forest Practices Application Mapping Tool (FPAMT) (wa.gov)

Natural Heritage Program | WA - DNR

Anadromous and resident salmonid distribution maps, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife

Natural Resources Conservation Areas | WA - DNR