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Wildlife Monitoring for the Collaborative Forest Restoration Program

This handbook provides information and protocols for monitoring the following species or species groups: birds, red squirrels, butterflies, mule deer, elk, wild turkey and other wildlife that are detectable by sign (such as Abert’s squirrel, bear and coyote). While other species may also be good indicators of environmental change, these species were chosen because they are relatively easy to monitor, are typically sensitive to change or respond rapidly to change, and are applicable across the state.

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