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Pacific fisher reside in Southwest Oregon and have drawn a lot of attention in recent years. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Biologists are working cooperatively with their peers at the Bureau of Land management and U.S. Forest Service on monitoring fisher to obtain DNA and determine their distribution. Please join Oregon Wildlife and ODFW Assistant District Wildlife Biologist Steve Niemela to learn about Pacific fisher and the Pacific Fisher Monitoring Project!
Mace Watchable Wildlife Center, The Expo, 1 Peninger Road
Medford, Oregon 97502
photo credit: USFWS Region 5
Steve Niemela received his Bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and his Master Degree from New Mexico State University. Steve has worked in the Rogue Watershed for the past 10 years. Steve and his wife, Marlene, just had their first child in October.
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