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Published by Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources in [Olympia, Wash.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Washington (State)

Subjects:

  • Lynx -- Washington (State),
  • Lynx -- Habitat -- Washington (State),
  • Endangered species -- Washington (State),
  • Wildlife management -- Washington (State)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesLynx habitat management plan for Department of Natural Resources managed lands
ContributionsBigley, Richard., Young, Lenny., Washington (State). Dept. of Natural Resources.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL737.C23 Q3 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL123573M
LC Control Number99491840
OCLC/WorldCa42687093

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Forest Plan Land and Resource Management Plan. FSH Forest Service Handbook. Table 6. Lynx Analysis Units and acres of lynx habitat within the Hemingway-Boulders Clouds Wilderness, whereas the Hemingway-Boulders is entirely managed by the Forest Service. 1 Lynx Conservation Assessment and Strategy The Lynx Conservation Assessment and Strategy (LCAS) was developed to provide a consistent and effective ap-proach to conserve Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis), hereafter referred to as lynx, and to assist with Section 7 con-sultation under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) on federal lands in the contiguous United States. Conserve the Canada lynx. ALL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND ACTIVITIES (ALL). The following objectives, standards, and guidelines apply to all management projects in lynx habitat in lynx analysis units (LAUs) in occupied habitat and in linkage areas, subject to valid existing rights. They do not apply to wildfire suppression, or to wildland fire use.   Sustainable forest management is about more than the long-term welfare of trees and land. Forested areas are often unique habitat for species like the threatened Canada lynx. Since , DNR’s Lynx Habitat Management Plan has guided our state’s forest practices to preserve and create high-quality lynx habitat on DNR-managed lands in suitable areas.

provides programmatic management direction related to lynx and lynx habitat and applies to occupied, mapped lynx habitat as defined in the NRLMD. On Ma , the Service issued a biological opinion and incidental take statement regarding the effects of the NRLMD on lynx .   The Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) has been ‘listed’ by Washington state and federal agencies as threatened with extinction (in and respectively). In response, DNR developed a landscape approach to protect the lynx and its habitat on state trust lands. Since , DNR has implemented its Lynx Habitat Management Plan — one of the most. The SCDNR owned and managed Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) and Heritage Preserves are protected areas that play a critical role in conserving fish, wildlife and other natural resources, and as such serve a different purpose than state park lands. Appropriate and compatible uses of DNR managed lands are hunting, fishing, wildlife or other natural resource observation, wildlife or other natural. CBD-Habitat Foundation implements projects dedicated to the recovery, conservation, and reintroduction of the Iberian lynx. These projects are executed through cooperation agreements (“land stewardship”) with private rural properties inhabited by the lynx and include activities that .

The Department of Natural Resources purchases land to manage and protect natural resources and to provide recreational opportunities to all the people of the state. Through the land acquisition program, wetlands, forests, scenic areas, prairies, wildlife and fish habitat, rare species habitat, and other resources are being protected and managed. A multi-tiered approach for prioritizing lands to protect as well as to identify and prioritize areas for conserving biodiversity and rare natural resources. Strategic Plan A year roadmap to help better understand the challenges and trends that affect EWR, outline needs, and provide strategies for meeting eight division goals. Anecdotal observations have fueled speculation that snow compaction on forest roads and trails may affect the degree to which lynx must compete with coyotes and other carnivores, but few data exist from which to draw conclusions about the affect on lynx. Most of the lynx habitat in 6 Lynx Management Zones is on federal lands (~92%), and almost. The Managed Lands Deer Program (MLDP) is intended to foster and support sound management and stewardship of native wildlife and wildlife habitats on private lands in Texas. Landowners enrolled in either the MLDP Harvest Option or Conservation Option are able to take advantage of extended season lengths and liberalized harvest opportunities.