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Life history and habitat requirements of sage grouse in central Montana
Richard Orville Wallestad
by Game Management Division, Montana Dept. of Fish and Game in [Helena]
Written in English
|Other titles||Montana sage grouse.|
|Statement||by Richard Wallestad, in cooperation with Bureau of Land Management, United States Department of Interior.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management.|
|LC Classifications||QL696.G285 W34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||76621022|
In response to Senate Bill and Executive Orders and , many Department of Environmental Quality permits and approvals in sage grouse core, general, or connectivity habitat, received on or after January 1, , must include a letter of comment from the Sage Grouse Habitat Conservation Program. A SPATIAL MODEL OF SAGE GROUSE HABITAT QUALITY* Robert A. Nisbet, Stephen H. Berwick, and Kenneth L. Reed2 Computerized cartographic modeling of sage grouse habitat can predict probable lek sites. Habitat factors identified in data analysis of 41 lek sites were mapped, digitized, and processed to show areas of probable lek site : Robert A. Nisbet, Stephen H. Berwick, Kenneth L. Reed.
for Greater Sage-Grouse), we assume that the resulting IBA boundaries encompass landscapes that will support the better part of the year-round habitat and life-history requirements for the sage-grouse population within each IBA. The core area model and subsequent GIS mapping effort produced two ways of . Sagebrush cover types other than big sagebrush can fulfill greater sage-grouse habitat requirements; in fact, the grouse may prefer other sagebrush cover types to big sagebrush. Greater sage-grouse in Antelope Valley, California, for example, use black sagebrush cover types more often than the more common big sagebrush cover : Phasianidae.
Abstract. We revised distribution maps of potential presettlement habitat and current populations for Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) and Gunnison Sage- Grouse (C. minimus) in North revised map of potential presettlement habitat included some areas omitted from previously published maps such as the San Luis Valley of Colorado and Jackson area of Cited by: displaces sage-grouse when selecting brood-rearing and adult female breeding habitat (LeBeau et al. ). Mining activities are another potential source of land surface disturbance, of which little is known of their effects on sage-grouse, outside of anecdotal evidence that coal mining has displaced sage-grouse in Colorado (Braun
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Bureau of Land Management. Publication date Topics Birds, Sage grousePages: Life History and Habitat Requirements of Sage Grouse in Central Montana 4 MB Wilderness Reference Manual The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Wilderness Reference Manual was developed to give guidance to FWP employees with wilderness area management responsibilities, an information guideline to pertinent federal laws and regulations as they interact with particular FWP.
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Greater Sage-Grouse live only on the sagebrush steppe of western North America, and they use several types of sagebrush habitat in different parts of the year. They usually nest in areas with relatively dense cover from big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata), although they also use areas with rabbitbrush, greasewood, and grassy areas.
Request PDF | On Nov 1,David K. Dahlgren and others published What Does a Sage-Grouse Eat. | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Description of breeding, nesting, brood and rearing habitats, and seasonal habitats. Foods of adult Sage Grouse in central Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management.
39(3): Wallestad, R.O. Summer movements and habitat use by Sage Grouse broods in central Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management.
35(1): Wallestad, R.O. Life history and habitat requirements of Sage Grouse in central Montana. The Montana Sage Grouse habitat Conservation Program works to sustain viable sage grouse populations and conserve habitat. Montana’s Sage Grouse Conservation Strategy is based on the collaborative work of diverse Stakeholders.
The Montana Sage Grouse Oversight Team and the Program implement Executive Order and the Greater Sage Grouse. The search for nutritious food is a major activity for sage grouse.
You must understand the nutritional requirements of sage grouse at different ages and at different times of the year in order to provide habitat.
Sage grouse do not have a muscular gizzard to grind seeds, as do other game birds. Their diet is. Unlike some western states, about two-thirds of Montana’s sage-grouse habitat is on non-federal land, and often occurs across a mixed, or “patchwork” distribution of private, State, and federal lands.
Consequently, management and cooperation that accommodate this mixed ownership distribution is of particular importance in Montana. ductivity. Habitat for sage-grouse varies strongly by life-history stage.
Critical habitat components include adequate canopy cover of tall grasses (>18 cm) and medium height shrubs (40–80 cm) for nesting, abundant forbs and insects for brood rearing, and availability of herbaceous riparian species for late-growing season foraging.
Montana Sage Grouse Habitat Conservation Map. Use this map to view and explore types of sage grouse habitat designated as core (blue), general (green), connectivity (light-blue) habitats or BLM priority areas. To zoom into an area, hold the Shift key and draw a rectangle.
Anyone proposing new activities in sage grouse habitat must submit a project application for consultation. Sage-grouse (Centrocercus spp.) Table 2. Sage-grouse habitat requirements summary table. Habitat Component Sage-grouse Requirements General An extensive mosaic of sagebrush of varying densities and heights, high levels of native grass cover for nesting, and areas rich in high-protein forbs and insects during nesting and brood-rearing.
The State of Montana has issued an executive order to implement the Montana Sage Grouse Habitat Conservation Program and passed legislation to give it full regulatory authority on State lands and on any private lands where State permits or authorizations are required.
The state has created the Montana Sage-Grouse Oversight Team composed of. Life history and habitat requirements of sage grouse in central Montana. Life history and habitat requirements of sage grouse in relation to sagebrush treatment. Livestock grazing interactions with sage grouse.
McPaal micro-computer programs for the analysis of animal locations. Hildebrand, B. D. Habitat requirements of molting Canada Geese at Lima Reservoir, Montana. Ecological aspects of the life history of Agropyron smithii Rydb. in Central Montana, with related effects of selective herbicide treatments of rangeland.
The food habits and summer distribution of juvenile sage grouse in central Montana. M.The effects on wildlife of ploughing sagebrush Artemisia spp. steppe have been little studied. From tonumbers of lekking male sage grouse Centrocerus urophasianus declined by 73% in a study area of south central Montana, 16% of which was ploughed by The proportion of ploughed wintering areas increased from 10% in to 30% in Cited by: Habitat requirements and management recommendations for sage grouse.
Denver, CO: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Denver Service Center. 37 p.