Teal Slough NRCA
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Teal Slough NRCA 
Teal Slough NRCA Landscape 

This 8.5 acre site, located near the mouth of the Naselle River, supports a remnant coastal old growth forest represented by ancient cedars, and a Sitka spruce, western hemlock/salal community.  The forest provides homes for two state and federally protected species, marbled murrelets and spotted owls, as well as for Dunn's and Van Dyke's salamanders and Vaux's swifts and pileated woodpeckers, all state candidate species.  Deer and elk trails network the area.  Easily accessible from Highway 101, the site has a high potential for educational purposes to illustrate a coastal forest ecosystem.  (Pacific County)

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Carlo Abbruzzese
Pacific Cascade Region Natural Areas Manager
360-577-2025
carlo.abbruzzese@dnr.wa.gov

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