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The relationships of terrestrial vertebrates to plant communities, structural conditions, and special habitats in the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon are described. The importance of habitat components to wildlife and the predictability of management activities on wildlife are examined in terms of managed rangelands. The paper does not provide guidelines but rather shows a method of determining the consequences of potential management actions. The series of relationships discussed in Part 1doi:10.2737/pnw-gtr-172 fatcat:2nahqm2zqnenbh6d7duazneily