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Evaluation of Black Rail Occupancy and Habitat Associations on the Texas Coast

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2019-01-01 18:41:10
End Date
2023-12-31 18:41:10

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Chris Butler(Principal Investigator), Science Applications - Region 2(Point of Contact), Evaluation of Black Rail Occupancy and Habitat Associations on the Texas Coast

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This project will evaluate occupancy and habitat relationships at San Bernard NWR. This project will consider several factors that may include prescribed fire, forage conditions, impacts from Hurricane Harvey. The project will build upon previous work funded through Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Comptroller’s Office.

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typeShort Project Description
valueSupport an evaluation of black rail occupancy and habitat associations at sites on the upper coast of TX. Black rails are one of the least understood birds in North America and the proposed work will elucidate our collective understanding to better improve management of the bird's presence and population.
projectStatusIn Progress

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year2018
fundingSources
amount50000.0
recipientUniversity of Central Oklahoma
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds50000.0
year2018
fundingSources
amount25000.0
recipientUniversity of Central Oklahoma
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds25000.0
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typeAgreement Number
valueF19AC00087
typeAgreement Number
valueF19AC00087
totalFunds75000.0

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