TN_190_B_62 - Biology - 62 – FISH AND WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT LEAFLET NO. 42, SCRUB-SHRUB BIRD
Biology - 62 – FISH AND WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT LEAFLET NO. 42, SCRUB-SHRUB BIRD

  Ecological Sciences   Technical Note No.:

  
  190-62

February 1, 2007

Subject:     

  ECS – BIOLOGY – FISH AND WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT LEAFLET NO. 42,   SCRUB-SHRUB BIRDS

 

Purpose.  To distribute Fish and Wildlife Habitat Management Leaflet No. 42, Scrub-shrub Birds.

Effective Date.  Effective upon receipt.

Background.  The subject leaflet is a product of Cooperative Agreement No. 68-7482-4-165 between the NRCS and the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC).  Work conducted under this agreement is a cooperative effort that supports the provisions of the January 31, 2002, Memorandum of Understanding between WHC and NRCS (NRCS A-3A75-2-9).  To date, over thirty leaflets have been developed on topics ranging from species or species groups of special interest to important habitats and ecological systems to major management and ecological topics.  The peer-reviewed leaflets have been enthusiastically received and extensively used as planning tools by NRCS field staffs, our conservation partners, and the public.

Explanation.  This technical note will provide conservation planners and land managers with a better understanding of habitat requirements of and management considerations for scrub-shrub birds.

Distribution.  The availability of this directive, with attachment, is limited to electronic format at this time, accessible through the NRCS Electronic Directives System at https://directives.sc.egov.usda.gov/.  After issuance, this directive, with attachment, will also be available through the NRCS Technical Resources Web site at http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/biology.html.

Filing Instructions.  Should a paper copy of this document be retained, please file in sequentially within Title 190, Ecological Sciences, of the Technical Note binder.

Contact.  Please contact the National Wildlife Biologist, Ecological Sciences Division, by telephone at (202) 690-0856.

 

                /s/

LAWRENCE E. CLARK
Deputy Chief for Science and Technology

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