Douglas-fir - Pseudotsuga menziesii
200 feet tall. Fast growing tree with upright branches and thick bark. Seeds provide an important food source for chickadees, finches, Douglas squirrel, and many other birds and mammals. Grows best in full sun to part shade on well-drained soil.
Oregon Ash - Fraxinus latifolia
40 to 80 feet tall. A deciduous tree that grows best in wet or saturated soils and prefers full sun to partial shade. Provides nesting sites and cover for birds, deer, elk and beavers.
Pacific Dogwood - Cornus nuttalli
60 feet tall. Pacific Dogwood is best adapted for growing on sites with moist, well-drained soils, and areas that range from sunny to shady. From April until June, it produces large showy white flowers, which give rise to large red berries in late summer that are a favorite food for many species of animals.
Pacific Crabapple - Malus fusca
30 feet tall. Clusters of white, fragrant blossoms appear in spring, followed by bunches of small edible apples. Prefers moist soils.