One Horse Slough-Beaver Creek, COA 083

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Area is located along the ecoregion boundary east of Albany adjacent to South Santiam River. The majority of the area is located in the One-horse slough quad

COA ID: 083

Local Conservation Actions and Plans

Potential Partners

Special Features


  • This area may serve as an important transition zone between the West Cascades and Willamette Valley ecoregions. Historically, it contained a diverse mixture of habitats including ponderosa pine, deciduous swamp, and wet prairie. It currently contains a number of strategy habitats
  • This area, adjacent to the South Santiam River, provides habitat to some of the last known populations of foothill yellow-legged frog in the Willamette Valley.

Previously Associated With

  • 2006 COA ID WV-21 (One Horse Slough - Beaver Creek)
  • 2006 COA ID WV-21 (One Horse Slough - Beaver Creek)

Protected Areas

  • One Horse Slough
  • Roaring River Park
  • Wetlands Reserve Program


Strategy Habitats

Specialized Local Habitats

  • Off-channel habitat

Strategy Species