Spending days shopping after celebrating thankfulness can also seem counter-productive, which is why nonprofits around the country, including us, have come together to celebrate giving and thankfulness as we enter the holiday season with #GivingTuesday.

Giving Tuesday...

Bats are flying mammals that can reach speeds of 20 to 30 mph. Some of Oregon's species migrate south in winter while some remain here and hibernate. Bats have echolocation which allows them to make high-pitched sounds then listen to the echo of those sounds to loc...

Partnering with the community is key to making the work we do possible, which is why we’re always grateful for community members that support our mission, like Wilsonville Subaru. 

Recently, we were chosen as a Trail foundation partner with Wilsonville Subaru. The Trail...

Over the course of the spring and summer of this year, we have been working with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to help with their research on the mortality and movements of Columbian white-tailed deer. 

We were able to provide the ODFW with equipment that w...

October 14, 2019

This year we are excited to welcome four new members to our Oregon Wildlife Foundation Board of Directors. We want to take a moment to introduce you to our newest leaders.


Karin Barber

Why did you decide to join OWF's Board of Directors? 

So many of the...

Thank you all who could join us last Sunday at Willow Bar Farm for our Across the Arches 2019 summer event. We hope you all make it next year!

Sunshine Creek, located off of the Siletz River in Oregon’s coastal mountain range, plays an important role in its ecosystem as a coho-producing tributary. Many species of aquatic wildlife like pacific lamprey, steelhead and chinook salmon, and cutthroat trout all rely...

Summer is officially here!

For many, this means trips to many of the beautiful destinations our state has to offer, including the Oregon Coast. While you’re out with your friends and family at the coast this summer, you may see a wide variety of wildlife thriving in th...

June 25, 2019

June 21, 2019 we were thrilled to host a small celebration at our Sturgeon Lake completed project site, and share with donors, supporters, and honored guests the importance of the area and the benefits that restoring this major resource has on inhabitants as well as fl...

June 21, 2019

SAUVIE ISLAND, Ore. – [JUNE 21, 2019] - The Oregon Wildlife Foundation today announced the completion of a $6.5 million partnership project with West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District to save critical fish and migratory bird habitat on Sauvie Island. The Stu...

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