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Author(s):Oyler-McCance, S.J., B.C. Fedy, T.W. Miller, M.K. Eberhardt Frank, and G.A. Montgomery
Suggested Citation:Oyler-McCance, S.J., B.C. Fedy, T.W. Miller, M.K. Eberhardt Frank, and G.A. Montgomery. 2012. Feathers [Website]. Fort Collins, CO: USGS Fort Collins Science Center. 5 p.
Feathers is a collaborative Sage-grouse connectivity study to examine gene flow across the range-wide distribution of greater sage-grouse is being initiated in collaboration with the Natural Resources Conservation Service through the Sage-Grouse Initiative, the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, the USDA Forest Service, and the US Geological Survey. The goal of this study is to collect fine-scale genetic data from greater sage-grouse feathers collected at breeding locations (leks) throughout the entire range covering 11 states and 2 provinces. Over 5,000 leks are currently mapped and visited each year for population monitoring.
|Analysis of Population Connectivity in Wyoming Greater Sage-grouse||2016||Sara Oyler-McCance|
FORT Contact:Sara Oyler-McCance
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
- Centrocercus urophasianus