2 edition of Habitat requirements and management recommendations for sage grouse found in the catalog.
by Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Denver, Colo
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 34-37.
|Statement||by Mayo W. Call|
|Series||Technical note / Bureau of Land Management -- ., Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- 330.|
|Contributions||United States. b Bureau of Land Management|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a nationally recognized leader in conservation, outdoor recreation and wildlife management. The agency manages 42 state parks, all of Colorado's wildlife, more than state wildlife areas and a host of recreational programs. CPW issues hunting and fishing licenses, conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, protects high priority wildlife. Information on the habitat requirements and effects of habitat management on Greater Sage-Grouse was summarized from information in more than 5, published and unpublished papers. A range map is provided to indicate the current range of Greater Sage-Grouse (adapted from Schroeder et al. ). Although birds may be observed outside the breeding range indicated, the maps are intended to show Cited by: 8.
Restoration Handbook for Sagebrush. Steppe Ecosystems with Emphasis on Greater Sage-Grouse Habitat—Part 1. Concepts for Understanding and Applying Restoration. By David A. Pyke, Jeanne C. Chambers, Mike Pellant, Steven T. Knick, Richard F. Miller, Jeffrey L. Cited by: 9. General Information Sage grouse are the largest member of the grouse family found in North America. Greater sage grouse are located in the extreme southwestern corner of North Dakota. Adult females weigh more than 3 pounds while males are much larger at an average of more than 5 pounds. Males begin gathering on breeding grounds (strutting grounds or leks) in early spring, usually after the.
Information on the habitat requirements and effects of habitat management on Greater Sage-Grouse was summarized from information in more than 5, published and unpublished papers. A range map is provided to indicate the current range of Greater Sage-Grouse (adapted from Schroeder et al. ). Although birds may be observed outside the breeding range indicated, the maps are intended to show. habitat type, shrub canopy cover, and shrub height. In particular, we show how those individual species habitat relationships overlap with the habitat requirements of Greater Sage-grouse because their habitat requirements and conservation are the dominant management theme .
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Habitat requirements and management recommendations for sage grouse. [Mayo W Call; United States. Bureau of Land Management,] -- "This Technical Note is primarily a review of literature on the fundamental habitat requirements of sage grouse and habitat management methods that may be used to perpetuate the species.
Habitat requirements and management recommendations for sage grouse / Related Titles. Series: Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management) ; By. Call, Mayo W. United States. b Bureau of Land Management. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info.
Sage grouse, Sage grouse, Upland game bird management, Habitat selection, Wildlife habitat improvement Publisher Denver, Colo.: Bureau of Land Management, U.S.
Dept. of the Interior Collection blmlibrary; fedlink; americana Digitizing sponsor Bureau of Land Management Contributor Bureau of Land Management Library Language EnglishPages: The U.S. Department of the Interior released a report, developed by the Sage-Grouse Review Team, which provides an assessment of the federal Greater Sage-Grouse plans and makes recommendations for changes to policies and regulations to complement state management efforts of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus).The “Report in Response to Secretarial.
Most land management plans and ROWs restrict the use of vehicles under poor weather conditions when ruts may result from vehicles in wet soils, seasonally in areas of sensitive resources such as occupied sage-grouse habitat, or in special management areas.
SAGE GROUSE MANAGEMENT Key words Artemisia, Centrocercus urophasianus, guidelines, habitat, management, populations, sage grouse, sagebrush The status of sage grouse populations and habi- tats has been a concern to sportsmen and biologists for >80 years (HornadayPatterson Autenrieth ).
Despite management and. Judge Bush said the environmental groups’ emphasis on the policy's impact on sage grouse habitat meant the injunction should be confined to sage grouse management areas, rather than having Author: Michael Phillis.
The key lies in proximity to nesting habitat. Sage grouse hens look for sagebrush that’s typically from 29 to 80 cm high (1 to 3 feet high). They scrape out a hollow for a nest under the tallest sagebrush within a stand.
The more hidden the nests are the better chance of the chicks surviving. The section below contains maps related to the greater sage-grouse habitat.
We will update this area with additional map resources as they become available. For questions or concerns regarding our greater sage-grouse maps, please e-mail Serena Baker.
habitat, and changes in sage-grouse popu-lations be defined at multiple scales, given the extended temporal and spatial horizons that frame the ecology of these species.
This paper synthesizes current knowl-edge regarding pertinent topics in sage-grouse ecology and management and sug-gests direction for future research and management.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has identified the sage-grouse as one of the key species for the focus of habitat management programs.
The BLM has identified the sage-grouse as a sensitive species in Wyoming and has focused management efforts for this species. The final federal sage-grouse plans, adopted infell short of scientists’ recommendations, but committed to prioritizing oil and gas leasing and drilling outside important habitat for the birds.
They also included “adaptive management” provisions requiring additional action when populations declined below specified targets. This book is the most comprehensive book available on the ecology and conservation of sage grouse, citing the latest scientific studies with lots of charts, tables, and graphics to help illustrate the concepts discussed.
If you're science-phobic or looking for a book on hunting sage grouse this may not be the book 5/5(2). Sage-grouse and Pygmy Rabbit Habitat Best Management Practices Septem Jerry Barker, Ph.D.
Ecology and Environment, Inc. Pearl Circle, Suite Boulder, CO Best Management Practices This document presents best management practices (BMPs) for the conservation and.
BLM Greater Sage-Grouse Plans. With partners at the state and local levels, the BLM is working to conserve sagebrush habitat – for sage-grouse and other species such as pronghorn, mule deer and golden eagles – while striking a regulatory balance and building greater trust among neighboring interests in Western communities.
Use this map to view and explore types of sage grouse habitat designated as core (blue), general (green), connectivity (light-blue) habitats or BLM priority areas. To zoom into an area, hold the Shift key and draw a rectangle.
Anyone proposing new activities in sage grouse habitat must submit a project application for consultation.
The Habitat Requirements of Sage Grouse and the Role of Fire in Management DONALD A. KLEBENOW Renewable Natural Resources Division University of Nevada, Reno, NV SAGE grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus Bona parte), due to their dependence upon sagebrush-grassland habitat. Annual Sage Grouse lek observation Tour - work is ongoing.
Annual Sage Grouse Habitat Field Tour-no work on this at current; Re-establishment of Sage Brush on Select "LU" or other parcels-no work on this at current time-i nitial research indicated cost of $42, per square mile for a 1% canopy cover; Project ideas from this meeting.
(Washington, D.C., Aug ) Six conservation organizations today released a detailed scorecard for grading the Obama administration on following federal scientists' recommendations for conserving Greater Sage-Grouse across more than 60 million acres of public land in the American West.
The groups also sent a letter to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Agriculture Secretary Tom. Sage grouse have very specific habitat requirements and are highly dependent on silver sagebrush which constitutes 47 to 60 percent of the adult diet in the summer and % in the winter. Due to loss of native prairie habitat in Alberta, sage-grouse are now restricted to the extreme southeast corner of the province, known as the “Manyberries.
The first-completed point scorecard, released today, finds that the final federal plan released in June by the BLM’s Lander, Wyo.,field office fails to follow federal experts’ recommendations for greater sage grouse. The Lander management plan fails to meet 24 specific management recommendations for sage grouse.Sagebrush cover types other than big sagebrush can fulfill greater sage-grouse habitat requirements; in fact, the grouse may prefer other sagebrush cover types to big sagebrush.
Greater sage-grouse in Antelope Valley, California, for example, use black sagebrush cover types more often than the more common big sagebrush cover : Aves.