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Monitoring post-fledging burrowing owls in southwestern Idaho

James R. Belthoff

Monitoring post-fledging burrowing owls in southwestern Idaho

by James R. Belthoff

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Published by Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office in Boise, Idaho .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burrowing owl,
  • Monitoring

  • Edition Notes

    Statement James R. Belthoff ... [et al.].
    SeriesTechnical bulletin / Idaho Bureau of Land Management -- no. 95-8, Technical bulletin (United States. Bureau of Land Management. Idaho State Office) -- 95-8.
    ContributionsBoise State University, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Idaho State Office
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 29, [18] p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25473568M

    Post-fledging dispersal of Burrowing Owls in southwestern Idaho: characterization of movements and use of satellite burrows. Condor (1): Crossref, Google Scholar. Kingma SA, Komdeur J, Vedder O, von Engelhardt N, Korsten P, Groothuis GC. using ABS to manage burrowing owl populations over more than a single breeding season. Thus, our study 1) determined annual occupancy rates of ABS by burrowing owls in southwestern Idaho and 2) examined patterns of ABS reuse over a 5-year period. We also compared the longevity (i.e., cumulative years as a nest site) of ABS to pre-.

    Post-fledging movements and dispersal timing of western screech owls. Pp. in K. Steenhof, Ed., Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, Annual Rep., USDI Bur. Land Mange., Boise District. The burrowing owl is one of the smallest owls in Florida. It can reach a length of nine inches ( centimeters) with a wingspan of 21 inches ( centimeters). Burrowing owls have brown dorsal (back) feathers with patches of white spots, and .

      Burrowing owls are recognized as a bird of national conservation concern in the United States (Klute et al., ) and listed as federally endangered in canada (Wellicome and Haug, ) due to long-term population declines (Sauer et al., ) attributed to habitat loss and prairie dog persecution (Sheffield, ; Desmond et al., ). Juvenile Ferruginous Hawk Movements and Flight Skill Development During the Post-Fledging Dependency Period in South-Central Washington: Smith, Brian: MS Raptor Biology: James Belthoff: Nest-Site Selection, Ectoparasites, and Mitigation Techniques: Studies of Burrowing Owls and Artificial Burrow Systems in Southwestern Idaho: Anderson.


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Monitoring post-fledging burrowing owls in southwestern Idaho by James R. Belthoff Download PDF EPUB FB2

Belthoff, James R., "Monitoring Post-Fledging Burrowing Owls in Southwestern Idaho" (). Idaho BLM Technical Bulletin (95), 8 This document is currently not available by: 1. POST-FLEDGING DISPERSAL OF BURROWING OWLS IN SOUTHWESTERN IDAHO: CHARACTERIZATION OF MOVEMENTS AND USE OF SATELLITE BURROWS1 R.

ANDREW KING2 AND JAMES R. BELTHOFF3 Department of Biology and Raptor Research Center, Boise State University, Boise, ID Abstract. Using radiotelemetry, we monitored dispersing juvenile Western Burrowing.

King, R. Andrew (Andy) – Post-fledging dispersal and behavioral ecology of Burrowing Owls in southwestern Idaho. General Introduction This thesis consists of three chapters describing my investigation of the behavioral ecology of burrowing owls (Speotyto cunicularia) in southwestern Idaho.

Abstract. Using radiotelemetry, we monitored dispersing juvenile Western Burrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia hypugaea) within a migratory population in southwestern Idaho during and Owls. important habitat for burrowing owls in the Lower Snake River District and Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.

Clearly, it is imperative to continue to monitor the health and reproduction of the southwestern Idaho burrowing owls and to seek opportunities to improve habitat and nesting opportunities when possible. Burrowing Owl Athene cunicularia Ecological Section Predicted Breeding Distribution Point Locations 0 20 40 80 Kilom et rs 0 20 40 80 Miles Map created on Septem and prepared by Idaho Conservation Data Center.

Sources: Point data are from Idaho Conservation Data Center, Idaho Department of Fish and Game (). Predicted distribution. In Idaho, young were fully fledged at about 58 Annual monitoring surveys for Burrowing Owl have been conducted in () Post-fledging dispersal of Burrowing Owls in southwestern Idaho: characterization of movements and use of satellite burrows, Condor[10] Partners in Flight Science Committee.

() Population Estimates. Athene cunicularia Statewide Status: S:N IBRC Review Species (Panhandle, Winter all regions) eBird Species Map March-November (Migration / Summer) December-February (Winter) All Reports (Review Species Only): Winter sightings for all areas and as of March 1, records for all Panhandle.

– noted as nesting but no information given – Lapwai, Nez Continue reading Burrowing Owl →. marmots) that burrowing owls rely on to excavate their homes.

Burrowing owls have lost critical habitat in southern Idaho (especially the Snake River Plain) in the past century. Short-eared owls, a primarily grassland species in Idaho, require dense, tall cover for ground-nesting and are the only North American owl that constructs their own nest.

Get this from a library. Between-year movements and nest burrow use by burrowing owls in southwestern Idaho annual report. Post-fledging survival of burrowing owls in Saskatchewan Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Wildlife Management 67(3) January with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

id: TTT Data and Apps Idaho Fish and Wildlife Information System Bringing information to bear on the management and conservation of fish, wildlife, and plants in Idaho.

Burrowing Owls are small, long-legged predators of the open prairie with a close association with burrowing mammals such as ground squirrels (Spermophilus spp.), badgers (Taxidea taxus), and prairie dogs (Cynomys spp.).

Adults are drably coloured with a mix of brown, white, and beige spotting. Juveniles are more richly coloured in dark brown and cream. The Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia) breeding population in San Diego County has decreased 90 percent in the last years.

Managing of Burrowing Owls is a critical component of San Diego’s Multiple Species Conservation Plan (MSCP); and the MSCP Biological Monitoring Plan identified it as one of the grassland raptor species to be monitored.

By the s', Burrowing Owls had become scarce in many portions of the desert southwest as a result of shooting and elimination of ground squirrel burrows (Grinnell and Miller ).

During the last years, Burrowing Owls have been extirpated from approximately 8% of their former range (J. Barclay, pers. comm. in Klute et al. Western burrowing owls breed from southwestern Canada through the Great Plains into the Texas Panhandle. Like most birds, they are migratory and leave northern breeding grounds to overwinter in the southwestern United States, along.

- Burrowing Owl. " Found only in southern Idaho, primarily southwest Idaho. Live in abandoned badger holes or marmot burrows in rocky sites. This owl will mate with the same owl for life. Association of Sex, Fledging Date, and Sibling Relationships with Post-Fledging Movements of Burrowing Owls in a Nonmigratory Population in the Imperial Valley, California.

Journal of Raptor Research, Vol. 48, Issue. 2, p. @article{osti_, title = {Factors influencing nesting success of burrowing owls in southeastern Idaho}, author = {Gleason, R.S. and Johnson, D.R.}, abstractNote = {A burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) population nesting on the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL) in southeastern Idaho utilized burrows excavated by badgers (Taxidea taxus) or natural.

The burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) is a small, long-legged owl found throughout open landscapes of North and South America. Burrowing owls can be found in grasslands, rangelands, agricultural areas, deserts, or any other open dry area with low vegetation.

They nest and roost in burrows, such as those excavated by prairie dogs (Cynomys spp.). Unlike most owls, burrowing owls. Research Article Factors Affecting Detection Probability of Burrowing Owls in Southwest Agroecosystem Environments JEFFREY A. MANNING,1 Fish and Wildlife Resources, College of Natural ResourcesUniversity of Idaho, Moscow, IDUSA ABSTRACT Estimating range-wide population trends of western burrowing owls (Athene cunicularia).

Breeding dispersal, the movement between successive breeding sites, is important to many aspects of life history and population dynamics but poorly understood for many raptor populations. We used longitudinal data collected from Burrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia) nesting in southwestern Idaho from – to examine characteristics of breeding .Subjects: Behavior Bird populations Burrowing owl Idaho, Southwestern Migration Monitoring Nests Burrowing owl population trends on the Kininvie Blocks fromand ancillary data for additional species at risk in /.