Pueblo Mountain, COA 203

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Photo Credit: Rodney Klus, ODFW

This COA encompasses the southern Oregon Pueblo Mountains from Cottonwood Creek in the north to the Monument Basin in the southwest and then east across the Pueblo Valley towards the foothills of the Trout Creek Mountains. It includes the Pueblo Mountain Wilderness Study Area; the Tum Tum Lake Research Natural Area, and the Pueblo Hills Research Natural Area.

COA ID: 203

Local Conservation Actions and Plans

Potential Partners

Special Features

General

  • Sage Grouse Low Density Core Habitat Areas
  • This area is widely recognized as having significant biological value for plants and animals, resulting in many rare and endemic species.

Previously Associated With

  • 2006 COA ID NBR-09 (Alvord Lake Basin)
  • 2006 COA ID NBR-09 (Pueblo Mountains)

Protected Areas

Ecoregions

Strategy Habitats

Specialized Local Habitats

  • Active and Stabilized Dunes
  • Ash Beds
  • Cliff and Rim Rock
  • Native Perennial Bunchgrasses

Strategy Species