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Science Applications employs mdEditor for metadata creation and editing. Metadata for contacts of other DOI agencies and centers are used frequently across the USFWS regions. In an effort to reduce redundancy and increase efficiency, SA headquarters maintains a master mdJSON metadata file aka seed file. for use across SA regions and the Service.If you would like to add commonly used contacts to this list, please contact the SA HQ data manager at sadatamanager@fws.gov
As part of the March 29, 2018 appropriations bills, Congress directed the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to obtain an independent assessment on the taxonomic status of the red wolf, Canis rufus, and the Mexican gray wolf, Canis lupus baileyi. Currently, the FWS considers the red wolf a valid taxonomic species and the Mexican gray wolf a valid taxonomic subspecies. Both the red wolf and the Mexican gray wolf are listed as endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA; United States Public Law No. 93-205; United States Code Title 16 Section 1531 et seq.). However, there is ongoing debate about their taxonomic status.Major barriers to the capability of FWS to re-establish healthy populations of wild wolves...
Collaborative approach to the evaluation of empirical evidence from private land forestry landscapes on the value of sustainable forestry management for sustaining species at risk, specifically through demonstration projects in six DOI Unified Regions. Projects are evaluating the role of sustainable forest management practices on key species occurring in landscapes dominated by lands owned by NAFO members.Six projects are evaluating the role of sustainable forest management practices on key species.
Capture mule deer, elk, and pronghorn in priority herds to attach GPS radio collars, and analyze those data to understand migration patterns, stopover areas, and seasonal habitats, 2) deploy trail cameras on existing herds to quantify use of wildlife crossing structures, 3) purchase remote sensing imagery and analysis of mule deer and pronghorn GPS collars to identify conflict areas with feral equids, and 4) conduct habitat evaluation of stopover sites where prior habitat improvement treatments have been conducted.
Zoonotic Initiative Grants 2022


    map background search result map search result map Assessing the taxonomic status of the red wolf and the Mexican Gray wolf Western States Large Herbivore Migratory Corridor study (SO3362) Working Forests, Forest Sustainability, and At-risk Species through Collaborative Conservation Working Forests, Forest Sustainability, and At-risk Species through Collaborative Conservation Western States Large Herbivore Migratory Corridor study (SO3362) Assessing the taxonomic status of the red wolf and the Mexican Gray wolf