California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Bay Delta Region

Biological Resources

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Main Office
  7329 Silverado Trail
  Napa, CA 94558
  (707) 944-5500

Stockton Office
  2109 Arch Airport Rd
  Stockton, CA 95206
  (209) 234-3420

Regional Manager:
Scott Wilson

Related Programs


Call Cal-TIP to report poachers and polluters: 1-888-334-2258 Link to information about nuisance, dangerous or injured wildlife

Stanislaus River Report

Stanislaus River Basin and Calaveras River Water Use Program
Threatened and Endangered Species Report - March 1995
Bay Delta and Special Water Projects Division, CA Dept. of Fish and Game

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 HISTORY AND BACKGROUND
1.2 THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES SURVEYS

2.0 STUDY AREA

FIGURE 1Study Area - GIF
TABLE 1 Habitat Types Along the Stanislaus River
2.1 VALLEY REACH
2.2 FOOTHILL REACH
2.3 CANYON REACH

3.0 METHODOLOGY

3.1 PLANTS
3.1.1 Special Status Plants
3.1.2 Vernal Pools
3.2 REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS
3.3 BIRDS
3.4 MAMMALS
3.4.1 Special Status Bats
3.4.2 Other Special Status Mammals

4.0 BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES

4.1 PLANTS
4.2 REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS
4.2.1 California Tiger Salamander
4.2.2 Western Spadefoot Toad
4.2.3 California Red-legged Frog
4.2.4 Foothill Yellow-legged Frog
4.2.5 Western Pond Turtle
4.2.6 Blunt-nosed Leopard Lizard
4.2.7 California Horned Lizard
4.2.8 San Joaquin Whipsnake
4.2.9 Alameda Whipsnake
4.2.10 Giant Garter Snake
4.3 BIRDS
4.3.1 Western Grebe
4.3.2 American White Pelican
4.3.3 Double-crested Cormorant
4.3.4 Great Blue Heron
4.3.5 Great Egret
4.3.6 Snowy Egret
4.3.7 Black-crowned Night Heron
4.3.8 White-faced Ibis
4.3.9 Aleutian Canada Goose
4.3.10 Osprey
4.3.11 White-tailed Kite (formerly Black-shouldered Kite)
4.3.12 Bald Eagle
4.3.13 Northern Harrier
4.3.14 Sharp-shinned Hawk
4.3.15 Cooper's Hawk
4.3.16 Swainson's Hawk
4.3.17 Ferruginous Hawk
4.3.18 Golden Eagle
4.3.19 Merlin
4.3.20 Prairie Falcon
4.3.21 Mountain Quail
4.3.22 Greater Sandhill Crane
4.3.23 Mountain Plover
4.3.24 Long-billed Curlew
4.3.25 California Gull
4.3.26 Forster's Tern
4.3.27 Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo
4.3.28 Burrowing Owl
4.3.29 Long-eared Owl
4.3.30 Short-eared Owl
4.3.31 Vaux's Swift
4.3.32 Willow Flycatcher
4.3.33 California Horned Lark
4.3.34 Bank Swallow
4.3.35 Loggerhead Shrike
4.3.36 Yellow Warbler
4.3.37 Summer Tanager
4.3.38 Yellow-breasted Chat
4.3.39 Tricolored Blackbird

4.4 MAMMALS
4.4.1 Yuma Myotis
4.4.2 Long-eared Myotis
4.4.3 Fringed Myotis
4.4.4 Long-legged Myotis
4.4.5 Small-footed Myotis
4.4.6 Spotted Bat
4.4.7 Townsend's Big-eared Bat
4.4.8 Pallid Bat
4.4.9 Western Mastiff Bat
4.4.10 Riparian Brush Rabbit
4.4.11 San Joaquin Pocket Mouse
4.4.12 Riparian Woodrat
4.4.13 San Joaquin Kit Fox
4.4.14 Ringtail
4.4.15 American Badger

REFERENCES

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APPENDICES