6 edition of Sensitive, threatened, and endangered vascular plants of Montana found in the catalog.
by Montana Natural Heritage Program, Montana State Library in Helena, Mont
Written in English
|Statement||Peter Lesica, J. Stephen Shelly.|
|Series||Occasional publications of the Montana Natural Heritage Program,, no. 1|
|Contributions||Shelly, J. Stephen., Montana Natural Heritage Program.|
|LC Classifications||QK86.U6 L47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||88 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||93620059|
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Sensitive, Threatened, and Endangered Vascular Plants of Montana: by. National Forest lands in a way that will provide for threatened, endangered and sensitive species. Caring For Our Natural Community is a summary of Region One's threatened, endangered and sensitive plant, fish and wildlife resources, as well as a summary of the program to conserve each species.
Listed Species of Montana. In order to receive protection under the Endangered Species Act, a species, subspecies, or distinct population segment must be placed on the Federal list of endangered and threatened wildlife and plants.A species listed as "endangered" is one that is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range.
In earlythe U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service listed the Canada lynx as "threatened" under the federal Endangered Species Act. The listing covers 16 states, including Montana.
As a federally threatened species, taking a lynx by trapping or shooting is prohibited. Rare, Sensitive, and Threatened Species of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Montana Natural Heritage Program, The Nature Conservancy, and Mountain West Environmental Services. threatened) plant species known to occur, however one federally threatened species (Howellia aquatilis) is suspected.
The Region 6 Regional Forester’s Sensitive Species List as revised April, was used to determine species of vascular plants, fungi, bryophytes and lichens that are documented from orFile Size: KB.
Endangered Species of Montana. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (Service) is responsible for implementing the Endangered Species Act to protect and recover listed species of plants and animals native to the United States and its territories. The Service consults on actions authorized, funded or carried out by other federal agencies to determine the impacts of an action on listed species.
“endangered,” “threatened,” and “sensitive” used in this paper follow the designations established by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Natural Heritage Program (WNHP). Endangered plant status is assigned to a vascular plant _____ 1Current address: U.S.
Full text of "Endangered, threatened, and sensitive vascular plants of Nevada" See other formats BLM LIBRARY _ ' ^ red > threatened, and sensitive Vascular Plants of Nevada Eriogonwn ovalifolium var. it Nature)^ Qonservancy December IWNC PLflHT S0C1CTY ENDANGERED, THREATENED, AND SENSITIVE VASCULAR PLANTS OF NEVADA 5» December.
An evaluation of threatened, endangered, and sensitive list plant species for the Trapper Bunkhouse Project Area was conducted. There is one federally listed threatened plant species in the state of Montana that occurs on National Forest Lands. Water howellia (Howellia aquatilis) was listed by the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service on J threatened plants and animals in the state and inMTNHP published “Sensitive, Threatened and Endan-gered Vascular Plants of Montana” (Lesica and Shelly). This comprehensive publication on the status of Mon-Montana’s Special Status Plants: Thirty Years of Tracking Rare and Threatened Plants in the Treasure State By Scott Mincemoyer.
Included is the Biological Evaluation for proposed, endangered, threatened, and sensitive plant species, analysis of effects on special plant habitats, and analysis of effects of non-native invasive plants. Surveys for vascular sensitive plants in the project area have been conducted as early as File Size: 1MB.
This report is updated by a joint committee composed of biologists from the Montana Natural Heritage Program (MTNHP) and Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (MFWP) as new status information becomes available for individual species. Montana Species of Concern are native animals breeding in the state that are considered to be "at risk" due to declining population trends, threats to their habitats.
BLM or Threatened and Endangered under the Endangered Species Act (Table 1). The methods used to develop the models and final results of the modeling effort are summarized in the following report.
Table 1. Threatened, Endangered and State BLM Sensitive. The Montana Natural Heritage Program (MTNHP) serves as the state's information source for Species of Concern (SOC) -- plants and animals that are rare, threatened, and/or have declining populations and as a result are at risk or potentially at risk of extirpation in Size: KB.Animal Species of Concern List - Washington Dept.
of Fish and Wildlife's list of State Endangered, Threatened, Sensitive, and Candidate species, as well as species listed (or proposed) by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service.Contact.
Kale Gullett, State Resource Conservationist Phone: E-mail: t.