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  • Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Assessment
    The fisher (Martes pennanti) is a large member of the weasel family associated with dense, structurally complex, low- to mid-elevation forests. Remaining populations in the western U.S. are small, disconnected from one another, and threatened by habitat modification and fragmentation.  In 2008 fishers occupied less than half their ...
  • San Diego Grasslands Adaptive Management Plan: Restoring Grasslands of Historic Ranchos in Southern San Diego County
    CBI conservation biologists Jerre Stallcup, Patricia Gordon-Reedy, and Jessie Vinje are working with the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) to develop methods for restoring grasslands of historic ranchos in southern San Diego County.  ...
  • Review of Regional Habitat Linkage Monitoring Locations
    Monitoring species use of habitat linkages and wildlife corridors is one component of the Multiple Species Conservation Program (MSCP) Biological Monitoring Plan (Ogden 1996). The monitoring plan was developed to document compliance with the MSCP, measure the effectiveness of the conservation program, and inform adaptive management decisions. The California Department ...
  • Scientific Basis for Roadless Area Conservation
    CBI staff worked on a comprehensive analysis of inventoried roadless areas within six ecoregions of the Pacific Northwest encompassing the range of the northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) east and west of the Cascade Mountains in Washington, Oregon, and northern California revealed that roadless areas contributed to: overall levels ...
  • Las Californias Binational Conservation Initiative
    Las Californias Binational Conservation Initiative is a shared vision for landscape-scale conservation strategies, sustainable land use planning, and workable long-term management programs in the center of a globally significant hotspot of biodiversity and cultures along the U.S.-México border. The goal for CBI and our partners, The Nature Conservancy ...
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