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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 Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 1 111 Identify existing habitat. Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service Research: Habitat Status, Research: Habitat Requirements Contract The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife conducted demographic studies of the Warner sucker in the Warner lakes in 2006 through 2016. Stream habitat has been identified by BLM and Forest Service during past consultations.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 1 1121 Assess quality of existing habitats on Federal lands. Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Administrative The Forest Service completed a biological assessment in 2007, which assessed habitat on Forest Service Lands. The BLM completed a biological assessment of BLM lands and grazing activities in 1997. The BLM and USFS have monitored and assessed the quality of existing habitat prior to, but especially following, the listing of these fish in 1985. The ODFW conducts occasional habitat surveys of fish bearing streams. Assessments are an ongoing process with no completion date.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 1 1131 Manage and promote good quality habitats on Federal lands to prevent species declines. Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon Natural Heritage Program, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Administrative The BLM and USFS have monitored and promoted the quality of existing habitat prior to, but especially following, the listing of these fish in 1985. It is an ongoing process with no completion date.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 1 1411 Develop a Conservation Agreement with ODFW to prevent future stocking of non-native species in the affected area. Obsolete Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Management: Predator and Competitor Control Contract The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Native Fish Policy provides guidance to not stock non-native species in areas where they could adversely affect native species. ODFW has no plans to stock non-native fish species in the Warner Basin in areas containing listed fish. ODFW also has no plans to remove or attempt to remove non-native where they currently occupy native fish habitat.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 1122 Assess quality of existing habitats on non-Federal lands. Not Started Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon Natural Heritage Program, Watershed councils, National Tropical Botanical Garden, Natural Resources Conservation Service Research: Habitat Status Contract Access to non-federal land is limited. Recently, some private land was opened for ODFW to conduct surveys and monitor movements of Warner sucker, and monitor effectiveness of fish passage.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 1132 Secure good quality habitats on non-Federal lands to prevent species declines. Not Started Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Watershed councils, National Tropical Botanical Garden, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service Acquisition Contract
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 1143 Improve poor quality habitat conditions on non-Federal lands. Not Started Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Watershed councils, National Tropical Botanical Garden, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service Management: Land Use Contract
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 1412 Develop and implement a public education program to reduce or eliminate illegal translocation of exotic fishes within habitats in Warner Basin Not Started Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon State University, Agricultural Extension, University of California at Davis, Agricultural Extension, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Management: Predator and Competitor Control Contract
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 143 Monitor exotic fish populations in the Warner Basin Ongoing Current FY 2005 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon Natural Heritage Program, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service Research: Demographic Studies Contract The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife conducted demographic studies of the Warner sucker in the Warner lakes in 2006. As part of these studies, ODFW assessed the abundance of non-native species. This information is expected to help determine the impacts to native fish such as the Warner sucker and redband trout.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 144 Evaluate options to further control or eliminate exotic fishes. Obsolete U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon Natural Heritage Program, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service Other Species Expert Following the complete drying of the Warner lakes in 1992, the exotic fishes were back by 1994, most likely from residual water in ponds and irrigation canals in the south end of the valley. The Warner sucker working group believes there are actions that could be taken to reduce the potential impact of exotic fishes. Since these are considered game fish, it is the responsibility of the ODFW to manage them. The ODFW has not initiated any action to reduce the non-native fish in the Warner basin.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 212 Develop genetic management plan for refugial populations deemed important to the Warner Basin, Coleman Subbasin or Alkali Subbasin. Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Management: Planning Internal Administrative Genetic analysis of Foskett speckled dace and Warner sucker has been conducted. A management plan for the two species has not yet been completed.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 213 Determine how to manage refugial populations outside the Warner Basin and feasibility of reintroduction back to the Warner Basin Ongoing Current FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Acquisition, Research: Population Surveys Contract ODFW conducted a population estimate of the Warner sucker which were translocated into the irrigation ditch at Summer Lake Wildlife Area. The population was estimated in 2009 to be 660 (95% CI: 421-1,024). The population was estimated to be 142 fish (95% CI = 91-218) in 2007. This information will be used in making management decisions for this refugial population.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 221 Assess the need for captive propagation Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Management: Propagation Contract
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 222 Refine captive propagation techniques. Ongoing Not Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research: Propagation Internal Administrative In the early 1990s, a number of Warner suckers were trucked to the Dexter fish hatchery in N.M. for propagation experiments. Artificial propagation was not successful and over time all the suckers perished. No further experiments have occured.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 412 Monitor populations and spawning success of lake and stream morph Warner suckers, Foskett speckled dace, and Hutton tui chub Ongoing Current FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Acquisition, Research: Population Surveys Contract The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife estimated the population of Foskett speckled dace has varied from 750 to 27,787. Hutton tui chub population was estimated in 2007 and 2009 to be 809 and 959 fish. The landowner of the Hutton Spring denied access to the spring, so no estimate has been conducted since 2009. Several estimates of Warner sucker have been conducted from 2005 to 2012 in both the lake and stream habitats. ODFW estimated stream habitats 565 suckers larger than 155mm FL (95% CI: 250-1,114; 56-97%) in Hart Lake. ODFW also conducted distribution and population surveys of Warner suckers in Warner Valley and estimated the overall population in the Warner Valley to be 6,852 (greater than 60mm FL).
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 413 Conduct research aimed at developing population viability analyses for Warner suckers, Hutton tui chub, and Foskett speckled dace. Ongoing Current FY 2005 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon Natural Heritage Program, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service Research: Demographic Studies Contract In 2005, FWS funded ODFW to start this type of work for Warner suckers in 2006 and for Foskett dace and Hutton tui chub in 2007.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 42 Monitor fish habitats. Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation, Research: Habitat Status Internal Administrative The BLM and USFS regularly monitor stream habitat and thus this action is "on-going" annually with no completion date.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 2 5 Evaluate long-term effects of climatic trends on the recovery of fishes. Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon State University, Agricultural Extension, University of California at Davis, Agricultural Extension, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research: General Contract
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 3 1211 Assess current watershed conditions on Federal lands. Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service Management: General Internal Administrative The BLM and USFS are constantly assessing watershed conditions, particularly conditions affected by federal grazing programs monitored as terms and conditions of biological opinions (Warner sucker).
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 3 1212 Assess current watershed conditions on non-Federal lands. Not Started Other Watershed councils, National Tropical Botanical Garden, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service Research: Habitat Status Contract
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 3 1221 Improve watershed conditions on Federal lands. Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Administrative The BLM and USFS were improving watershed conditions prior to the listings of these three fish in 1985. However, modifications of land management actions (primarily grazing) have significantly improved watershed conditions on Federal lands.
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 3 1222 Improve watershed conditions on non-Federal lands. Not Started Other Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Contract
Recovery Plan for the Native Fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin F 1 Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office (503) 231-6179 Hutton tui chub Gila bicolor ssp. 3 6 Develop and implement a public information program. Not Started Other Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Other: Information and Education Internal Technical Assistance