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Baseline surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains, Utah

annual report

by T. R. Mollhagen

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Published by [U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Henry Mountain Resource Area] in [Hanksville, Utah] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rodent populations,
  • Surveys,
  • Mammal populations,
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Henry Mountain Resource Area,
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Henry Mountain Planning Area,
  • United States,
  • Bats,
  • Endemic animals

  • About the Edition

    Under the terms of an Interagency Agreement between National Biological Survey (NBS) and National Park Service (NPS), and in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management Hanksville Office, surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains were initiated in 1993 and continued through 1995. The goals were to: (1) obtain current information on distribution and abundance of mammals, especially rodents, bats, and endemic taxa of the Henry Mountains; (2) compare the fauna of the Henry Mountains with adjacent areas to better understand the taxonomy and zoogeography of these mammals; and (3) provide such information as may be useful to land managers in this area. The report includes an updated list of mammals in the Henry Mountains and capture records for 1993-1995.

    Edition Notes

    Other titles1996 annual report of baseline surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains
    Statementsubmitted to Bureau of Land Management, Henry Mountain Resource Area ; prepared by Tony R. Mollhagen and Michael A. Bogan
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management. Henry Mountain Resource Area, National Biological Survey (U.S.), United States. National Park Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 pages, 4 unnumbered pages
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26999995M
    OCLC/WorldCa1090804441

    Henry Mountain Bison Transplant The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, in January , moved 31 bison from the Henry Mountains to the Book Cliff region in Utah. This will become the fifth free-ranging bison herd in the United States.   Courtesy | Scott Rheam, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service In a paper published in the Dec. 23, , issue of Journal of Applied Ecology, Utah State University ecologists say hares and rabbits, such as the Black-tailed Jackrabbit, are cattleís top competitor for forage in Utahís Henry Mountains. photo courtesy Division of Wildlife Resources A.

      Study area. The Henry Mountains (HM) study area (Fig. (Fig.1) 1) in south-central Utah [38°5′N, °50′W] includes arid, semi-arid and subalpine habitats for bison, which migrate seasonally between northern (summer) and southern (winter) parts of the range and utilize almost all vegetation types and elevations from bison, cattle are the only other large . Henry Mountains and more To fully understand the Mt. Pennell area, I have found on the internet this excellent resource material from this link. It is their material that is reproduced below: Henry Mountains "The Henry Mountains of southeastern Utah were one of the last-surveyed and last-named mountain ranges in the lower forty-eight United States.

    Page 1 of 10 DEER HERD UNIT MANAGEMENT PLAN Deer Herd Unit # Henry Mountains. October BOUNDARY DESCRIPTION. Garfield, Kane and Wayne counties—Boundary begins on SR at a point two miles south of Hanksville; south on SR to Lake Powell; south along the west shore of Lake Powell to SR Bats of the Henry Mountains region of southeastern Utah: Occasional Papers of the Museum of Texas Tech University: Journal: Biological surveys on Colorado Plateau National Parks, with updated lists of mammals from the parks and mammal capture summaries for Mammals of Oklahoma: Book: Oklahoma: Antrozous pallidus.


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Baseline surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains, Utah by T. R. Mollhagen Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Bogan, Michael A. Mollhagen, T R National Biological Survey (U.S.) United States. Bureau of Land Management. 5 pages, 6 unnumbered pages ; 28 cm Under the terms of an Interagency Agreement between National Biological Survey (NBS) and National Park Service (NPS), and in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management Hanksville Utah book, surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains were initiated in and continued in 6 pages, 4 unnumbered pages: 28 cm Under the terms of an Interagency Agreement between National Biological Survey (NBS) and National Park Service (NPS), and in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management Hanksville Office, surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains were initiated in and continued through Pages: Baseline surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains, Utah: annual report / Pages; Book Title.

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Baseline surveys for mammals in the Henry Mountains, Utah: annual report / View Metadata By: Bogan, Michael A. - Mollhagen, T R - National Biological Survey (U.S.) - United States. The Henry Mountains are located in the southeastern portion of the U.S. state of Utah and run in a generally north-south direction, extending over a distance of about 30 miles (50 km).

They were named by Almon Thompson in honor of Joseph Henry, the first secretary of the Smithsonian nearest town of any size is Hanksville, Utah, which is north of the mountains.

Whether you're a hiker, camper, or just like to drive through the mountains, you'll find your niche in the beauty of the Henrys. You can drive the Bull Creek Pass backcountry Byway and see rock layers tilt dramatically in the Waterpocker Fold or view the Pink Cliffs.

The range is one of the few places in the country where a bison herd roams freely, but even if you don't see a bison, you'll. Large mammals found in the Book Cliffs include coyotes, mountain lions, bobcats, mule deer, elk, black bears, pronghorn, American bison as an extension of the Henry Mountains bison herd and bighorn sheep.

In January,Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials transplanted 31 bison from the Henry Mountains bison herd to the Book Cliffs. Utah’s Unique Henry Mountains The Henry Mountains are a remote mountain range on the Colorado Plateau encompassing about two million acres of rugged backcountry and running about 30 miles from north to south.

Elevation ranges from 3, feet at the north shore of Lake Powell to a peak elevation of 11, feet at Mt. Ellen. The Book Cliffs Bison Plan was presented simultaneously with the Henry Mountains plan, and with a good base of support, the management plan was passed by the Utah Wildlife Board in August The Ute Tribe reintroduced a herd on the Hill Creek Extension of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation, beginning with the release of six animals in   Harvest data for bucks, bulls & once-in-a-lifetime species The Utah Division of Wildlife collected the information in the following PDF files from hunter harvest reports and surveys.

See our harvest reporting page for information on reporting your game harvest data. A geographical and geological survey of the Henry Mountains.

The HenryMountains are located in the southeastern portion of the U.S. state of Utah and run in a generally north-south direction, extending over a distance of about 30 miles. This was the last mountain range to be added to the map of the 48 contiguous U.S.

states after being studied. T he Henry Mountains of southeastern Utah were one of the last-surveyed and last-named mountain ranges in the lower forty-eight United States.

The Henrys are located in the middle of the Colorado Plateau, a sea of sandstone cut by deep canyons. The surrounding country for miles is arid and supports little vegetation; the very ruggedness of their setting left the Henry Mountains. World-wide, there are more than 5, named species of living mammals.

The list below includes 72 mammal species known from the Wasatch Front region. A Short Lesson in Taxonomy (the science or technique of classification) & Literature Cited. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources serves the people of Utah by managing and protecting the state's wildlife.

Book Cliffs, Rattlesnake; San Rafael, Dirty Devil; Goslin Mountain bighorn sheep survey; Henry Mountains, Little Rockies bighorn sheep survey; La Sal, Potash bighorn sheep survey.

Bureau of Land Management | U.S. Department of the Interior. Notes on small mammals of Utah: Journal of Mammalogy: Journal: Utah: Eptesicus fuscus Pipistrellus hesperus Pipistrellus hesperus hesperus Mollhagen, T.

and M. Bogan: Bats of the Henry Mountains region of southeastern Utah: Occasional Papers of the Museum of Texas Tech University: Journal: Utah: Antrozous pallidus.

bighorn sheep in Utah was held in for the desert subspecies on the San Juan Unit (Table 3). A total of 10 permits were issued, 9 hunters went afield, and all 9 harvested rams. The first hunt for Rocky Mountain bighorns in Utah was in on the Book Cliffs Rattlesnake Unit.

Two. Out of this study came one of the classics of modern geology, the Report on the Geology of the Henry Mountains, published by the U.S. Geological Survey in In this work Gilbert first identified the Henrys as a laccolithic range, formed by igneous intrusions into the surrounding sedimentary rocks.

Various species of birds including sage grouse, ravens, hawks and other predators along with other smaller birds inhabit the Henrys. Deer are the largest native mammals, but rabbits and many types of rodents can also be found, as can their predators--coyotes, foxes, bobcats, and an occasional mountain lion.Henry Mountains: | | | Henry Mountains | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.A list of existing and extirpated mammals found in the state of Utah.

Mountain Cottontail 1. Sylvilagus nuttallii. Moose Alces americanus. Mountain Lion Puma concolor. Mountain Goat book Complete guide including all photos and descriptions, spanning multiple pages.