Habitat treatments for northern Idaho ground squirrels
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Federal Grant Title:
HABITAT TREATMENTS FOR NORTHERN IDAHO GROUND SQUIRRELS
Endangered Species Conservation - Recovery Implementation Funds
Funding Opportunity Number:
Jul 08, 2009
Aug 17, 2009
Original Application Deadline:
Jul 22, 2009
Current Application Deadline:
Jul 22, 2009
Aug 18, 2009
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Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
Notice of intent to award to Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) a cooperative agreement for $24,750 under justification 505 DM 2.14 (B4). IDFG is uniquely qualified as they are the coordinating agency of this study for northern Idaho ground squirrels with other agencies and entities within the state of Idaho.
This contract is needed to initiate and conduct a study to determine the efficacy of habitat enhancement actions for northern Idaho ground squirrels. Various agencies have been conducting habitat enhancements for NIDGS and a coordinated study that includes pre-treatment and post-treatment evaluations is needed to refine our knowledge and guide future management decisions. The study includes pre-treatment data collection, habitat treatments, post treatment evaluations. These activities may include, but are not limited to, monitoring vegetation, monitoring NIDGS, conducting macronutrient testing, purchasing field supplies, supporting field technicians, or for data analysis. Failure to conduct this study could lead to future questions about management and enhancement activities.