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Use and selection of nesting habitat by sage grouse in Oregon
Micheal A. Gregg
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The sage-grouse are the two species in the bird genus Centrocercus, C. minimus and Centrocercus are distributed throughout large portions of the north-central and Western United States, as well as the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. C. minimus is classified as endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of NatureClass: Aves. Greater sage-grouse nesting habitat selection and success in Wyoming. Journal Wildlife Management Holloran, M. J., and S. H. Anderson. Greater sage-grouse population response to natural gas development in western Wyoming: are regional populations affected by relatively localized disturbances?
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Nest success was greater in cover types used selectively by hens. Habitat components were measured at 47 and 51 nest sites at Hart Mountain and Jackass Creek, respectively. At nests, sage grouse selected medium height shrubs ( cm) with greater canopy cover than was present either adjacent to the nest or random by: Nest success was greater in cover types\ud used selectively by hens.\ud Habitat components were measured at 47 and 51 nest sites at Hart\ud Mountain and Jackass Creek, respectively.
At nests, sage grouse\ud selected medium height shrubs ( Use and selection of nesting habitat by sage grouse in Oregon book with greater canopy cover than\ud was present either adjacent to the nest or random locations. ability of these critical foods may affect Sage Grouse distribution and habitat selection (WallestadPyle ).
FUrthennore, in an Oregon study (Drut, Pyle, and Crawford ), Sage Grouse productivity was higher on an area where chicks fed on a diet of80% forbs and insects than where chicks ate pri marily (65%) sagebrush (Artemisia spp.).Cited by: Great Basin Natumljst54(2), ©, pp.
Use and selection of nesting habitat by sage grouse in Oregon book BROOD HABITAT USE BY SAGE GROUSE IN OREGON Marlin S.
Drotl, John A. Crawfordl, and Michael A. Greggl ABSTRACT.-Habitatuse by Sage Grouse (Centrocerc1l.s uropharianus) hens with broods was examined at Jackass Creek and Hart Mountain, Oregon, from through Sage Grouse hens initially selected low sagebrush Cited by: of cover types) and 4th-order (selection of habitat components within cover types) habitat selection by nesting sage grouse.
Availability of cover types (3rd-order) for nesting was deter- mined within a composite minimum convex polygon home range (Odum and Kuenzler ) with a Geographic Information System. This banner text Use and selection of nesting habitat by sage grouse in Oregon book have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This book is the most comprehensive book available on the ecology and conservation of sage grouse, citing the latest scientific studies with lots of charts, tables, and graphics to help illustrate the concepts discussed.
If you're science-phobic or looking for a book Use and selection of nesting habitat by sage grouse in Oregon book hunting sage grouse this may not be the book 5/5(2). sage grouse use the same nesting areas every year, space-starved hens in Oregon were quick to use restored habitats made available by conifer removal: within four years, 29% of the tracked sage grouse were nesting within and near restored habitats.
PORTLAND, OR – All landowners in the eight Eastern and Central Oregon counties with greater sage-grouse habitat are now eligible to enroll their property in a voluntary conservation program that would benefit the large prairie grouse. Breeding success is a critical component of population stability and is often influenced by the habitats used during the breeding season.
Current hypotheses suggest that sharp-tailed grouse (Tympanuchus phasianellus (L., )) select nest and brood-rearing habitats that provide both lateral and overhead cover to avoid detection by examined the selection of nesting and brood Cited by: 6.
variation (50%) in sage-grouse nesting-habitat selection. Landscape-scale features explained 20% of pure variation and shared 30% with local-scale features. Both local- and landscape-scale habitat features are important in sage-grouse nesting-habitat selection because each scale explained both pure and shared Size: 1MB.
PDF | Conifer woodlands have expanded into sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) ecosystems and degrade habitat for sagebrush obligate species such as the Greater | Find, read and cite all the research. When trees were present within m of nests, sage-grouse nested where trees were clustered rather than dispersed, suggesting selection for more open habitat.
Results further indicated that sage-grouse are nesting in landscapes susceptible to conifer expansion that have yet to be invaded. SAGE-GROUSE NESTING AND BROOD HABITAT USE IN SOUTHERN CANADA. CAMERON L. ALDRIDGE1,2Department of Biology, University of Regina, Regina, SK S4S 0A2, Canada R.
MARK BRIGHAM, Department of Biology, University of Regina, Regina, SK S4S 0A2, Canada. sage‐grouse nesting habitat selection (Hagen et al.
Figure 1. The grain sizes of plots used to quantify vegetation structure at sage‐grouse nest sites correspond to Johnson's ( marked sage grouse hens were radio-tracked to locate nest and brood locations to document habitat selection and productivity on the Yakima Training Center (YTC) in South-Central Washington.
sage-grouse responses to large-scale encroached conifer removal. In these studies, investigators tracked female sage-grouse following conifer remov-al treatments.
The decade-long study in Oregon evaluated sage-grouse habitat use, nest site selection, and survival in the Warner Valley within the north-ern Great Basin.
The investigators. its range. Few data are available for sage-grouse in Mono County, California, USA, in the most southwestern portion of the species’ range. We studied habitat selection of nesting sage-grouse in Mono County, California, from to by capturing and radiotracking females to identify nesting locations.
Oregon Sage-Grouse Action Plan () and Oregon Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Assessment and Strategy () The Oregon Sage-Grouse Action Plan was adopted through Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order (EO ), in preparation for the federal ESA listing determination in September To characterize western sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus phaios Bonaparte) nesting habitat in sagebrush-steppe habitat in Washington, we initiated a study on the Yakima Training Center to determine nesting habitat characteristics and whether these characteristics differed between successful and depredated nests.
Most nests (71%) were in big sagebrush (Artemesia tridentata Nutt. Gregg's () study produced an extensive database of sage grouse nest-site locations over an eight-year time period sufficient for creating predictive models of the relationships between nest-site location and the biophysical attributes that might be important in sage grouse productivity.
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to quantify Cited by: Nest selection. Greater sage-grouse disperse to areas surrounding the leks for nesting. In a study of habitat selection by male greater sage grouse in central Montana during breeding season, sagebrush height and canopy cover at daytime feeding and loafing sites of cocks were : Aves.
range of sage-grouse encompassed signifi-cant portions of the western (US) states and extended north into the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan (Fig.
Many plant communities providing habitat to sage-grouse have undergone significant, and in some cases, lasting changes in the 19th and 20th centuries. Factors. Sage-grouse are attached to particular habitat sites and will use the same areas for breeding, nesting, brood rearing, and wintering repetitively, even if the area loses its viability.
Sagebrush is widespread in the intermountain lowlands of the western United States, but is an ecosystem that is highly threatened throughout North America. Ruffed Grouse are fairly common and widespread. Their populations may have declined between andaccording to the North American Breeding Bird Survey.
Partners in Flight estimates the global breeding population at 18 million, with 14% living in the U.S. and 86% in Canada. The species rates a 10 on the Continental Concern Score. Ruffed. important to sage-grouse at each stage of their breeding cycle is critical to maintaining and restoring habitat on the remain-ing lands supporting sage-grouse.
Research has expanded our ecological understanding of the sage-grouse’s selection of nesting habitat at the micro-habitat scale (e.g., Dunn and BraunSveum et al.
The Sage-grouse Habitat Assessment Framework (HAF) has been organized into three volumes. The first volume is a conceptual overview of the HAF and how we envision its implementation.
Volume II provides the life requisites, indicators and characteristics for sage- grouse at each scale of habitat selection.
Identify and summarize sage grouse nesting, brood-forage and winter habitat associated with the current seral stages of the ecological types mapped.
Map Products: Ecological Type, Seral Stage and Sage Grouse habitat type maps have been compiled in GIS for areas of Pine Mountain and the Desert Fringe on the Bend/Ft. Rock District. Description of breeding, nesting, brood and rearing habitats, and seasonal habitats.
A grouse hunter shows mountain ash inside prime grouse habitat. In the southeast portion of the Midwest, mixed oak woodlands and oak-hickory forests are usually best for ruffed grouse. While they won’t generally be as productive as the aspen-birch forests, they can produce good populations, especially if there are mixed conifers and other Author: Ryan Lisson.
Expansion of conifer woodlands into sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) ecosystems is a primary threat to the greater sage‐grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in the Great Basin, southeast Oregon, r removal to restore sage‐grouse habitats has been widely implemented, yet limited information exists on the effects of conifer expansion on sage‐grouse habitat by: 7.
Sage-Grouse Bibliography. Mary M. Rowland and Michael J. Wisdom. October Methods for Construction of the Sage-grouse Bibliography. The primary purpose of our literature search was to establish a bibliography of the.
Interspace/Undercanopy Foraging Patterns of Beef Cattle in Sagebrush Habitats Gregg t use and selection of nesting habitat by sage-grouse in Oregon. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA (), p. 42 M.S. Drut, A.K. DelongVegetational cover and predation of sage grouse nests in Oregon.
Journal of Wildlife Management, 58 Cited by: We have initiated a concentrated horse grazing study on private land ; Status: We are using a case study approach to determine the impacts of season-long (8 months/year) horse grazing on.
Sage-grouse nesting habitat structure and composition and (potentially) behavioral interactions between nesting sage-grouse and grazing horses within active nesting habitat located near a water source. NESTING AND BROOD-REARING HABITAT SELECTION OF GREATER SAGE-GROUSE AND ASSOCIATED SURVIVAL OF HENS AND BROODS AT THE EDGE OF THEIR HISTORIC DISRIBUTION Katie.
M Herman-Brunson May Greater sage-grouse once occurred in 12 states and Centrocercus urophasianus 3 Canadian Size: KB. primarily on the species closely adapted to shrubsteppe habitat. GREATER SAGE-GROUSE Between and we captured 89 female sage-grouse and monitored their nest site selection with the aid of radio telemetry.
Although more nests were in shrubsteppe than CRP during the course of this study (59% vs. 41% of nests), the proportion of nests.
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.
Greater Sage-Grouse Habitat Mitigation Plan Boardman to Hemingway Transmission Line Project Idaho Power September Page 2 conservation benefit for sage-grouse by replacing the lost functionality of the impacted habitat to a level capable of supporting greater sage-grouse numbers than that of the habitat which was impacted.
The main goal is to better inform management by addressing population and habitat issues related to fire and sage-grouse. My research will provide a baseline of the thermal environments of sage-grouse nesting and early brood-rearing habitat in the Trout Creek Mountains of SE Oregon and evaluate whether variation in the thermal landscape.
Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) depend on sagebrush habitat for food and cover during winter, yet few sage-grouse winter ecology studies have been January and Februarywe monitored 22 radio-collared sage-grouse (7 females and 15 males) in central Oregon to characterize winter habitat use and movement by:.
Habitat use by sage grouse at South Steens Pdf allotment: final report. Pdf State University, Game Bird Research Program, Corvallis, OR. BLM employees may contact the BLM Library for access.
Crawford, J.A., M.A. Gregg, M.S. Drut, and A.K. DeLong. Habitat use by female sage grouse during the breeding season in Oregon.Eastern Oregon for Sage Grouse.
By Gary Lewis. Every year, Eastern Oregon offers a hunt for sage grouse on the dry side download pdf the is a controlled hunt and a bird hunter must apply for the privilege.
In the s, up to million sage grouse could be found in parts of what are now 16 western states and three t disruption and destruction probably accounted for most of. As for the effects to lek sites or nesting success, there are several interesting ebook. Knick et al. noted that ebook active sage grouse leks average less than 1 percent conifer cover within 5 on et al.
() studied nest selection in the Great Basin of southeast Oregon, and found that the probability of nesting was negatively associated with more than 3 percent conifer Author: Ryan Lisson.