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  • Natural Space-Use Patterns and Hippocampal Size in Kangaroo Rats
    The size of the hippocampus, a forebrain structure that processes spatial information, correlates with the need to relocate food caches by passerine birds and with sex-specific patterns of space use in microtine rodents. The influences on hippocampal anatomy of sexual selection within species, and natural selection between species, have not yet been studied in concert, however. Here we report that ...
  • Distribution of trespass cannabis cultivation and its risk to sensitive forest predators in California and Southern Oregon
    Illegal cannabis cultivation on public lands has emerged as a major threat to wildlife in California and southern Oregon due to the rampant use of pesticides, habitat destruction, and water diversions associated with trespass grow sites. The spatial distribution of cultivation sites, and the factors influencing where they are placed, remain largely unknown due to covert siting practices and limited ...
  • Stephens’ Kangaroo Rat Rangewide Management and Monitoring Plan
    This Stephens’ Kangaroo Rat Rangewide Management and Monitoring Plan summarizes new and existing information about the endangered Stephens’ kangaroo rat (SKR; Dipodomys stephensi) and uses it to present comprehensive, rangewide SKR management and monitoring strategies. It is intended to help agencies responsible for SKR conservation be more efficient and effective in managing and tracking changes important for SKR recovery. It ...
  • Stephens’ kangaroo rat (Dipodomys stephensi)
    Stephens’ kangaroo rat (Dipodomys stephensi) is an endangered species of open grasslands or very sparse scrub. Found primarily in the inland valleys of western Riverside County, it is known to occupy a few scattered grasslands in northern San Diego County, particularly on and near Camp Pendleton, the Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station, Lake Henshaw, Rancho Guejito, and Ramona. Stephens’ kangaroo rat ...
  • Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Conservation Strategy
    The Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Conservation Strategy provides science-based guidance for conserving and recovering an isolated population of Pacific fisher (Pekania pennanti) in the southern Sierra Nevada (Figure 1) by 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 ...
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