Wildlife in Lake Oswego's Natural Areas
In the City of Lake Oswego, there are over 460 acres of natural-character parks. These natural parks are a vibrant and peaceful place to connect to nature and are vital to our community! They contribute to important habitat for plants, animals, birds and the watershed.
What have you discovered in Lake Oswego's natural areas? Can you add to these lists? Follow the links on each bullet point to learn more about the plants and animals from scientific sources!
If you spot plants, birds, or wildlife not listed, send your submissions with photos to Babs Hamachek: firstname.lastname@example.org!
Our list of wildlife seen in the natural park areas is growing! Please let us know what wildlife you've seen and where you saw it!
Wildlife seen in Lake Oswego Parks' Natural Areas:
- Western Tiger Swallowtail
- American Beaver
- Douglas Squirrel
- Rough-Skinned Newt
- Common Garter Snake
- Banana Slug