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Current Versus Historical Trends in Habitat Use by Wintering Raptors in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area

Dates

date type
2011-08-15
Start Date
2011-08-15
End Date
2012-08-15

Citation

US Fish & Wildife Service(Fiscal Agent), US Geological Survey(Fiscal Agent), Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections(Contributor), Christine Watson(Contributor), Boise State University(Contributor), Elizabeth Urban(Contributor), Robert Miller(Contributor), Stephen Novak(Contributor), Julie Heath(Collaborator), Washington State University(Contributor), Katherine Strickler(Contributor), Northwest College(Contributor), Eric Atkinson(Contributor), Neil Paprocki(Principal Investigator), Nancy Glenn(Contributor), Current Versus Historical Trends in Habitat Use by Wintering Raptors in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, http://mmheller.github.io/GNLCC_PTS4_NPLCC/prj_report.html?PRJ_ID=454

Summary

FY2011Research is showing that populations of wintering raptors, including Northern Harriers, Rough-Legged Hawks, Prairie Falcons, American Kestrels. Red-Tailed Hawks and Golden Eagles, have stayed relatively constant in the last 20 years are being used by the Bureau of Land Management and Idaho Army National Guard in developing raptor conservation management practices. The American Wind and WildlifeInstitute will also use the results for their wind energy siting support tools.

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Purpose

Population & Habitat Evaluation/Projection Monitoring Data Acquisition and Development Federal resource managers State agencies

Project Extension

projectStatusCompleted

Budget Extension

annualBudgets
year2011
fundingSources
amount19200.0
recipientUS Geological Survey
sourceUS Fish & Wildife Service
totalFunds19200.0
totalFunds19200.0

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lcc:gb lcc:gb 454

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