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In an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon and to protect our employees and the public, the OR Department of Aviation will be changing the way it provides services at its main office in Salem starting Monday March 23. The office will remain open (but with minimal staffing) and can be reached by phone during regular business hours, but in-person interactions between staff and the public will be by appointment only. For an appointment, please call 503.378.4880. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Please visit the following site for important information regarding the location of ODA's paper bid box: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORDOT/bulletins/2822707
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The Streaked Horned Lark (SHL) is currently considered a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Streaked Horned Lark population is centered in parts of the Willamette Valley and the Northern Oregon Coast. Their habitat includes areas which are classified as sparsely vegetated grasslands for nesting such as airports. Oregon Department of Aviation's (ODA) goal is to identify and protect nesting sites yet allow for airport projects to move forward to maintain the system of airports within Oregon. ODA is closely working with both the FAA and USFWS to identify habitat locations at the various airports throughout Oregon that have been identified as potential habitat.
Streak Horned Lark and AirportsSHL Occupancy and Abundance ProtocolsSHL Special Rules
For information, please contact Jeff Caines, Aviation Planner at Oregon Department of Aviation at (503)378-2529.
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