Biological Study Plan East Ridge Wind Energy Project


Title: Biological Study Plan East Ridge Wind Energy Project
Publication Date:
September 24, 2008
Pages: 17

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Website: External Link
Attachment: Access File
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Gerhardt, R.; Luginbuhl, J.; Gritski, R.; Kronner, K. (2008). Biological Study Plan East Ridge Wind Energy Project. Report by Northwest Wildlife Consultants Inc. pp 17.

This draft plan identifies and describes wildlife, habitat, rare plant, and other field investigations associated with the East Ridge Wind Energy Project (Project) located in southeast Oregon. These studies were requested by Columbia Energy Partners and are used to assess the presence in and use of the Project area by birds (during specific seasons), special status wildlife (during the nesting/denning season) and special status plant species. Descriptions of each of the following studies are described within this plan:


  • Review of existing information and database search
  • Habitat mapping
  • Avian use surveys
  • Special status wildlife surveys
  • Aerial raptor nest survey
  • Rare plant surveys
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