Recovery Plan Ad Hoc Report results

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Plan Title Plan Stage Plan Lead Region (FWS) Plan Lead Office (FWS) Species Common Name Species Scientific Name Action Priority Action Number Action Description Action Status Estimated Initiation Date Estimated Completion Date Action Lead Agencies Responsible Parties Work Types Labor Types Comments Implementation Activity Number Implementation Activity Description Implementation Activity Status Implementation Activity Estimated Initiation Date Implementation Activity Estimated Completion Date Implementation Activity Labor Types Implementation Activity Work Types Implementation Activity Responsible Parties Implementation Activity Comments Implementation Activity Species
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 1 1 Establish partnerships or to design and install effective barriers or exclosures or change livestock management techniques (e.g., fencing, reconfiguration of grazing units, off-site water development, or changing the timing or duration of livestock use) to limit ungulate grazing and protect riparian habitats from damage. Ongoing Current FY 2014 Forest Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service Management: Identify/Protect Foraging, Breeding and Mig Habitats Labor type not yet selected 1-1 Santa Fe and Lincoln National Forests constructed temporary exclosures and issued closure orders for the jumping mouse. FHWA is also proposing to fence an area along Coyote Creek that is a NMDGF fishing easement. Ongoing Current 2014 Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 1 2 Work cooperatively with stakeholders to maintain the required microhabitat components or modify or limit actions (e.g., bridge and road realignment projects, water use and management, stream restoration, and vegetation management) that preclude their development and restoration, in order to stabilize and expand current jumping mouse populations. Ongoing Current FY 2014 U.S. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Forest Service , New Mexico State Highways and Transportation , New Mexico State University Management: Identify/Protect Foraging, Breeding and Mig Habitats, Acquisition: Easement Labor type not yet selected 2-1 Forest Service and FHWA are working to fence and restore habitats. Ongoing Current 2014 Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 1 3 Identify priority areas to reduce fuels to minimize the risk of severe wildland fire and identify techniques for post-fire stabilization in areas that burn. Not Started Forest Service Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 1 4 Modify off-road vehicle use and manage dispersed recreation through fencing, signage, education, and timing of use. Ongoing Current FY 2015 Forest Service , New Mexico State Highways and Transportation Forest Service , New Mexico State Highways and Transportation Management: Identify/Protect Foraging, Breeding and Mig Habitats Labor type not yet selected 4-1 Santa Fe and Lincoln National Forests have initiated consultation on their recreational activities. Ongoing Current Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 1 5 Facilitate the natural expansion of jumping mouse habitat through the management and restoration of beaver. In New Mexico, beaver can no longer be relocated or transplanted without written consent from all property owners, land management agencies, or other affected parties (e.g., irrigation districts) within an 8-kilometer (5-mile) radius of the proposed release site or connective waters (New Mexico Department of Game and Fish 2009, entire). Not Started New Mexico State Parks, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Forest Service , Arizona Game and Fish Department Management: Reintroduction Labor type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 1 6 Complete an emergency contingency and salvage plan to capture jumping mice and bring individuals into captivity in the event of severe wildland fire, post-fire flooding, or severe drought. Complete FY 2014 FY 2014 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service New Mexico State Parks, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Forest Service , Arizona Game and Fish Department Other Labor type not yet selected 6-1 An emergency contingency and salvage plan was completed to establish protocols for capture of jumping mice to bring individuals into captivity in the event of severe wildland fire, post-fire flooding, or severe drought. Complete 2014 2014 Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 1 9 Formally evaluate whether assisted translocation or a captive breeding program for jumping mice would be beneficial as a recovery option. Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Management: Captive Standards and Veterinary Care, Management: Propagation, Management: Reintroduction Labor type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 2 10 Conduct research on the critical aspects of jumping mouse life history (e.g., reproduction, abundance, survival, movement behavior). Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service New Mexico State Parks, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, New Mexico State Highways and Transportation , Northern Arizona University, Arizona Game and Fish Department, New Mexico State University Research: Population Assessment, Research: Population Surveys, Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Management Techniques, Research: Taxonomic Studies, Research: Demographic Studies, Research: Predation, Management: Population Monitoring Labor type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 2 7 Establish a monitoring protocol to determine presence/absence or estimate the abundance of jumping mouse populations. Complete FY 2015 FY 2015 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, New Mexico State University Research: Population Assessment, Management: Identify/Protect Foraging, Breeding and Mig Habitats, Research: Population Surveys, Research: Habitat Status Labor type not yet selected 7-1 A monitoring protocol was developed to determine presence/absence of jumping mouse populations. Complete 2015 2015 Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected
Recovery Outline: New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) O 2 New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office (505) 346-2525 New Mexico meadow jumping mouse Zapus hudsonius luteus 2 8 Investigate the genetic diversity of populations to identify and address where long term management strategies may be needed to enhance their genetic integrity. Not Started New Mexico State University U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Forest Service , Northern Arizona University, New Mexico State University Management: General, Management: Reintroduction, Research: Taxonomic Studies, Research: Propagation, Research: Reintroduction, Management: Population Monitoring Labor type not yet selected