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  • Klamath Basin Ecological Connectivity for Pacific marten and Pacific fisher
    Conservation Biology Institute is working with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service to identify locations important for the Pacific marten (Martes caurina) and its close relative, the Pacific fisher (Pekania pennanti) in the Klamath River Basin region. These rare forest carnivores need habitat to hunt for prey and connections between their home-rang...
  • Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Conservation Assessment and Strategy
    ...Fisher Conservation Strategy and a Decision Support System to help implement that Strategy. The Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Conservation Strategy provides science-based guidance for reducing threats and increasing the quality and resiliency of fisher habitat. The strategy is based on the best available scientific information on fishers and their habitats in the area (as...
  • Effects of climate and vegetation on the current and future distribution of martens and fishers in the Sierra Nevada, California
    ...fishers (Martes pennanti) in the Sierra Nevada in California under current and projected future conditions to inform conservation efforts for these species and to investigate how different modeling methods and resolutions may affect predictions about species’ responses to climate change. Martens and fishers are closely related forest carnivores of conservation concer...
  • Sierra Nevada Carnivores Project
    ...fisher (Martes pennanti), wolverine (Gulo gulo), and Sierra Nevada red fox (Vulpes vulpes necator).  The recommendations focus on enhancing resiliency of existing populations over the next 15-20 years, and assessing strategies for adaptation to climate change in the longer term.  Products include maps depicting habitat value and distribution for each species, la...
  • Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Assessment
    ...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 historic range, having apparently been ex...
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