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The American crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) ranges from southern Florida through the Caribbean islands, and from Mexico through Central America to Peru. It inhabits brackish and freshwater habitats, preferring mangrove-lined coasts. In October 2002, Wildlife Conservation Society and the University of Florida held a workshop in Gainesville, Florida to establish the current range and conservation priorities for this species. Thirty-nine experts from across the crocodile's range contributed to this effort. This layer represents point locations where crocodiles were present within the last twenty years, as identified by the experts who attended the workshop.
Known observations and distribution of Pacific Lamprey from the Columbia River Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office database as of May 2018. Files available for download: Service Definition file, zipped ESRI File Geodatabase, zipped Shapefiles, Layer files, and metadata. An online interactive map with these datasets is available on DataBasin: https://databasin.org/datasets/a243fb1346ca4258b6388c5f7a90aee4
This data set is a point shapefile representing observations of inundation and water levels from the Alaska 1964 event obtained by Tom Horning (1997). The geospatial dataset were derived from a spreadsheet provided by Bruce Jaffe.
The Jaguars in the New Millennium Data Set is a geographically-based priority setting exercise for jaguars throughout their range. The Wildlife Conservation Society, with the help of 35 jaguar experts from throughout this great cat's range, created the first data set in 1999. The Wildlife Conservation Society updated this data set in 2006 with the help of 89 jaguar experts. The experts were surveyed to assess the state of knowledge about the ecology, distribution, and conservation status of the jaguar, to identify priority areas for is conservation on a range-wide basis, and to build an international consensus for the conservation of the species.
This dataset represents point observations of Red-cockaded Woodpeckers (Picoides borealis) between 1965 and 2008, compiled from a variety of data sources by the Avian Knowledge Network. Red-cockaded Woodpeckers are designated as an endangered species by the USFWS. This dataset is intended to characterize the general areas in which this species has been observed. This dataset is not intended for rigorous scientific analysis due to the varying quality and precision of the underlying data. Coordinates should be regarded as approximate due to the wide range in projects and protocols from which these data were obtained. The records generally lack critical information for statistically calculating density of this species...
Source Feature Occurrence Records: Distributed in data requests as individual observations of a single species or vegetation community at a specific location on a specific date, represented by polygons depicting the locational uncertainty distance in meters. Contact WYNDD for further information.