Sensitive Species Management

    Sensitive Species Management

    There are many sensitive species, Utah state species of concern, and Federal and State Endangered or Threatened species in Utah. Here, we focus on those found in Southern Utah.

    Greater Sage-Grouse Listing Decision

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    Publications

    Utah Prairie Dogs

    Effects of vegetation differences in relocated Utah prairie dog release sites

    The effect of coterie relocation on release-site retention and behavior of Utah prairie dogs

    Greater Sage-grouse in Southern Utah

    Response of a small population of greater sage-grouse to tree removal: implications of limiting factors

    Modeling habitat use of a fringe Greater sage-grouse population at multiple spatial scales

    Home range and movements of Greater sage-grouse in its southern-most distribution

    Presentations

    International Congress for Wildlife and Livelihoods on Private and Communal Lands: Opposition to Opportunity - Managing Prairie Dogs in Southern Utah


    Reason to Love the Utah Prairie Dog

    Unique Habitat Use in a Fringe Greater sage-grouse Population

    Utah Sage-grouse Summit: Utah Plan Topic One - Habitat Management

    Connectivity in a Fragmented Landscape


    International Congress for Wildlife and Livelihoods on Private and Communal Lands: Opposition to Opportunity - Managing Prairie Dogs in Southern Utah


    Resources

    U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Endangered Species

    State of Utah Sensitive Species List



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