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22 Apr, 2015. 0 Comments. Services, Surveys. Posted By: Jeff Davis

We carried out live-trapping surveys for the federally and state-listed as endangered San Joaquin kangaroo rat on the valley floor in Kings County, evaluated the effects of vegetation management on habitat for the state-listed as threatened and fully protected limestone salamander in the Merced River Canyon, ensured biological resource protection during hazardous tree removal in Los Padres National Forest, assessed the effects of trenching activities on habitat for the federally and state-listed as endangered and fully protected blunt-nosed leopard lizard on the western edge of the valley floor in Kern County, conducted nesting bird and invasive plant surveys in the Sierra National Forest, and monitored a burrowing owl habitat enhancement area on the valley floor in Fresno County.

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