0000002249 00000 n Grids were established as a 7 x 7 array (49 traps) with traps spaced 15m apart. 0000000836 00000 n 0000004851 00000 n 0000003179 00000 n California Condor Recovery Program Guidance on Hazing California Condors, Guidance on Site Assessment and Field Surveys, Interim Guidance on Site Assessment and Field Surveys for Determining Presence or a Negative Finding, Draft Conservation Strategy and Mitigation Guidance for the California Tiger Salamander, Santa Barbara County Distinct Population Segment, Presence/Absence Survey Guidelines for the Coastal california gnatcatcher, For information on survey protocols and guidance regarding the desert tortoise, please go to http://www.fws.gov/carlsbad/PalmSprings/DesertTortoise.html, Least Bell's Vireo Restoration Retreatment Guidance, Survey Guidelines for the Listed Large Branchiopods, USFWS Dry Season Survey Vernal Pool Data Sheet, USFWS Wet Season Survey Vernal Pool Data Sheet, Survey Guidelines for Morro Shoulderband Snail, Cover Letter for the Standardized Recommendations for San Joaquin Kit Fox Protection Prior to or During Ground Disturbance, Standardized Recommendations for Protection of the San Joaquin Kit Fox Prior to or During Ground Disturbance, U.S. The 1ocations of suitable habitat, potential burrows, and other signs of kangaroo rat activity should be reported to the Service and the CDFW as part of the survey authorization request. 0000006066 00000 n Stephens’ Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys stephensi) Monitoring Protocol for MCB Camp Pendleton x�b```f``Y�� 2. The U.S. FWS's Threatened & Endangered Species System track information about listed species in the United States 0000003021 00000 n 343 0 obj <> endobj 0000002121 00000 n 0000004528 00000 n 0000004492 00000 n $w03 �0P�����c�� V�q��ÏJ6��Lm�V�L�+��=�/1l� ����%���Q�A��E��s�� ��^,s�d4X���0�0�`��0��F���M��8%�gRy`���(�@^�E���`�)�8������)K5���,U�p6SJ��L#W/9��K �ņ�KN�j8�l�e. kangaroo rats in the general area. By Cheryl S. Brehme. 35-36). 1, Kenneth P. Burnham. The protocol used for surveys in 2006 was based on recommendations made by Diffendorfer and Deutschman in: Monitoring the Stephen’s (sic) Kangaroo Rat: An Analysis of Monitoring Methods For Future Monitoring (2002). 0000007074 00000 n US Fish and Wildlife Service 0000001765 00000 n 2, Douglas A. Kelt. It also makes recommendations for future surveys and management actions on the SYOSR. trailer 0000002411 00000 n Our responsibility is management of these important natural resources in Ventura, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Monterey, San Benito, Santa Cruz, and Santa Barbara Counties. 0000009744 00000 n 0000006306 00000 n Stephens’ Kangaroo Rat Biology The Stephens’ kangaroo rat is a rare heteromyid rodent of open grasslands or very sparse scrublands. 0000005505 00000 n 0000002863 00000 n 0000004025 00000 n <<5be0cf84a70fef4380e8415611234c74>]>> Fish and Wildlife Service. Phase 1: Habitat Assessment ... (overlapping) Dulzura kangaroo rat (D. simulans) and Stephens' kangaroo rat (D. stephensi), the absence of such sign is not evidence of absence and, conversely, the presence of ... protocol as specified by the USFWS for the SBKR shall be used for both the SBKR and . 0000003583 00000 n A team of a minimum of two biologists is recommended to survey for the kangaroo rats at the specified locations. %PDF-1.5 %���� Stephens’ Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys stephensi) Monitoring Protocol for MCB Camp Pendleton . startxref 0000006818 00000 n 0000003459 00000 n 0000004774 00000 n %%EOF The Stephens' kangaroo rat occurs in dispersed patches within suitable habitat in western-southwestern Riverside and northern San Diego Counties, with a few locations containing high densities of animals (Service 2020, Figures 5 and 6, pp. A Web site of the U.S. 0000003707 00000 n SAN BERNARDINO AND AGUANGA KANGAROO RAT SURVEYS . 343 27 0000002575 00000 n Ventura, California 93003, Declining Amphibians Population Task Force Code of Practice, http://www.fws.gov/carlsbad/PalmSprings/DesertTortoise.html. 2493 Portola Road, Suite B and the results of the October 2001 reconnaissance survey. The Ventura FWO website is a portal that provides information and guidance for the conservation, protection, and enhancement of fish, wildlife and plants, and their habitats. Fish and Wildlife Service San Joaquin Kit Fox Survey Protocol for the Northern Range, Guidance on Site Assessment and Field Surveys to Detect Presence or Report a Negative Finding of the Santa Cruz Long-toed Salamander - Dec 2012, USGS Techniques and Methods 2A10: A Natural History Summary and Survey Protocol for the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher, Techniques to prevent the spread of disease and parasites, Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office 0000003856 00000 n 0000002721 00000 n 345 0 obj<>stream xref 3, Anthony R. Olsen 0 0000000016 00000 n 0000003309 00000 n