ODFW launches interactive mapping tool for Oregon’s crucial fish and wildlife habitats March 17, 2014 Oregon

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ODFW launches interactive mapping tool for Oregon’s crucial fish and wildlife habitats March 17, 2014 Oregon, ODFW News
     The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife today launched its Centralized Oregon Mapping Products and Analysis Support System, Compass, an online mapping system that provides an overview of crucial fish and wildlife habitats across the state. Crucial habitats are places on the landscape that provide the natural resources critical to fish and wildlife species.
     The Compass map can be accessed via the ODFW website. It is free and available to anyone who is interested. Designed to help users make informed land use decisions as they plan energy, transportation, industrial, habitat and other projects, the maps and analysis tools are easy to use.


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