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
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 1 Conduct life history and habitat studies. (All mice) Complete Prior to FY 1995 FY 2016 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Research: General, Management: Population Monitoring Volunteer, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Field Assistance FWS lead for ABM & CBM studies; ISU contract for ABM research;FWC lead in research on SABM & species status survey methods. FY 2012 - Ongoing occupancy monitoring of populations, particularly of Perdido Key beach mice in all three main populations (Johnson Beach, Perdido Key State Park, and Gulf State Park (AL)). For the Alabama Beach Mouse: a long term habitat monitoring at 40 points within the pre-Ivan and pre-Katrina range was done. ABM sign (tracks or burrows, or eaten seeds) was noted at all 40 sites. Thus, possibly the range of the ABM is at or equal too, pre-Ivan ranges covering all habitat types, primary, secondary, tertiary, and interior scrub. However, population levels are not at pre-Ivan levels based on data received from ITP's.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 1 Conduct life history and habitat studies on PKBM for all beach mice. Complete FY 2015 FY 2016 Other Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Other Research: Population Assessment, Research: Ecosystem Studies, Research: Population Surveys, Research: Habitat Status, Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Demographic Studies, Research: Genetics Contract UF research for SR 292 widening on PK. FDOT funded. FWS devised Scope of work needed.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 12 Maintain improved habitat areas (All mice) Complete FY 1995 - FY 1999 FY 2010 Other Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Technical Assistance After Hurricane Opal partnerships were formed to restore the dune habitats on state & federal coastal public lands. FEMA relief funds, post storm replanting of washover and damaged dune areas, and some physical creation of berms occuring after storms of 2004 (Ivan), Dennis, and Katrina 2005.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 19 Identify areas where populations need to be reestablished or supplemented Ongoing Current FY 2010 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , United States Coast Guard , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Management: Reintroduction Species Expert, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance FWS works with our state, federal & private partners to identify areas needed for BM reestablishment. 2010 Grayton BeachSP population was supplemented, doing well now. Currently identified St. Andrews SP as reinto site and possible Henderson Beach SP.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 19.a Identify areas where populations need to be reestablished or supplemented(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Phoenix Work type not yet selected Internal Administrative FWS has worked with the state of AL-ADCNR to reintroduce ABM to Gulf State Park in AL (Main Unit-Gulf Shores, AL). The reintroduction in 2010 has proven successful and ABM have occupied all available habitat and some adjacent areas.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 20 Determine population size and monitor trends Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Acquisition: Fee Title Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance The FWS and its partners (NGOs, FWC) continue to conduct status surveys for BM subspecies. The FWC completed a final report in 2008 funded by the FWS "LONG-TERM MONITORING OF BEACH MOUSE POPULATIONS IN (NW)FLORIDA" that included the status of PKBM, CBM, and SABM. ABM 2013/2014: a quick presence/absence survey for Gulf State Park (main unit) January 12-14, 2013 was completed. We captured 64 individuals ABM there have occupied all dunes within the park boundaries and some additional adjacent areas. Tracks tubes installed in November 2012 have been installed and monitored monthly. So, the reintroduction in 2010 has been very successful in re-establishing ABM at Gulf State Park (Main Unit).
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 20.a Determine population size and monitor trends(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Research: Demographic Studies Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance 2006 - FWS continues to conduct most of the monitoring (ES AFO & BonSecour NWR). Some monitoring occurs on private lands because of ITP requirments.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 22 Determine which recovery action to follow Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Management: General Internal Technical Assistance The FWS and our partners (States, NGOs, GINS, BonSecour NWR) continually review recovery actions and prioritize their implementation. THey can change quickly or need to be redone when severe weather events like hurricanes occur.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 22.a Determine which recovery action to follow(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected 2006 - Priorites for recovery action completion is currently dictated by the Courts and the 2004 & 2005 hurricane seasons.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 23 Translocate beach mice Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Realty, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , United States Coast Guard , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Management: Reintroduction Internal Technical Assistance Last translocations took place in 2010. There are multiple areas that need reintroduction or due to hurricanes affects require additional population translocations or supplementations
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 1 23.a Translocate beach mice(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Management: Reintroduction, Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Volunteer, Graduate Student, Internal Field Assistance Translocations of ABM were made to Gulf State Park - AL from private lands in early 2000s. Re-introduction was successful but population was lost following Hurricane Ivan in 2004. ABM from public lands were translocated to GSP in early 2010. As of mid-2014, ABM had occupied all available coastal dune habitats in GSP.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 10 Develop cooperative programs to reestablish beach dunes Complete FY 1995 - FY 1999 FY 2010 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , United States Coast Guard , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Technical Assistance After Hurricane Opal FWS formed partnerships with federal and state land managers to restore dune habitats on coastal public lands. 2009 new project underway to enhance and accelerate dune /mouse habitat areas on Johnson Beach Unit of GUIS. Ongoing county HCP negotiations detail ways for permittes and stakeholders to improve, restore, and enhance bm habitat across the board.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 10 Develop cooperative programs to reestablish beach dunes. Ongoing Current FY 2015 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Other Management: General, Other: Information and Education, Research: General Species Expert, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance working with all public land owners and counties to restore coastal dunes features and vegetation to protect habitat from storms, after storms destroy habitat, and where needed to provide connectivity. Developing a post storm resoration action plan for State and Federal managed lands. Woreking with COunties and private land owners to protect and plants dune plants to provide connectivity to public lands for beach mice and other species.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 10.a Develop cooperative programs to reestablish beach dunes(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Work type not yet selected Internal Field Assistance Bon Secour NWR has implemented dune restoration, sec 7 consultations & ITPs require dune restoration, AFO continues to advise private landowners on best management practices to restore dunes after Hurricane season of 2004-2005. A list of native plants and suppliers are maintained for the public.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 11 Plant vegetation to stabilize and reestablish beach dunes (All mice) Complete Prior to FY 1995 Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Contract, Internal Technical Assistance FWS continues to fund a FDEP Greenhouse for growing dune plants for coastal public lands; After Hurricane Opal FWS formed partnerships with federal and state land managers to restore dune habitats on coastal public lands. Technical expertise sought from Dr. Debra Miller (UFL) on the structure, species and methods to most efficiently restore beach/dune habitats for the benefit of beach mice included in planting and restoration projects that are currently underway on GUIS (2009)
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 11 Propogate and grow woody vegetation for use on private lands for restoration. (all mice) Ongoing Current FY 2016 FY 2018 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Other Management: Planning, Research: Propagation Contract UF Deb Miller and Mack Thetford propagating growing plants to make avaialble for commercial application for restoration.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 122 Improve suitability of habitat in areas where habitat is suboptimal. Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Other Work type not yet selected Contract UF to develop dune restoration/planting protocol for the Service to use with Partners and projects.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 13 Obtain easements Ongoing Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 Other Other Acquisition: Easement Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Administrative Easements are provided for in sec 7 consultations and ITPs
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 17 Monitor activities on privately owned lands (All mice) Ongoing Current FY 2010 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources Management: Population Monitoring Species Expert, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance Section 7 and 10 consultations require monitoring. We have opngoing longterm monitoring data routinely used by FWS and land managers that is collected by FWC and State Parks. The FWS continues to work with land managers to conduct surveys as needed.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 18 Conduct genetic studies Complete Prior to FY 1995 FY 2010 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Phoenix Research: Genetics Graduate Student Genetic research was conducted in the 1990s (Wooten 1994, 1999) on all subspecies. Current work completed by Van Zant Phd dissertation 2006 and and Hoekstra continues
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 18.a Conduct genetic studies(Al. beach mouse) Complete Prior to FY 1995 FY 2017 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Research: Taxonomic Studies Species Expert Genetic research was conducted in the 1990s (Wooten 1994, 1999,) on all subspecies. Van Zant and Wooten 2007 completed work on the ABM in 2007) . Since 2006, Dr. Hopi Hoekestra has published several genetic studies on all subspecies. In 2015, Austin et. al. complete work on the PKBM, documentign dispersal within populations. The results of these studies support the taxonmic classification of the subspecies, the monogamous mating system of the subspecies, the burrowing nature of the subspecies is genetically controlled, and the parental care system of the subspecies is genetically controlled.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 2 Reevaluate public use regulations Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Law Enforcement Division, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , United States Coast Guard , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Other: Regulations Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Administrative Bon Secour NWR has the lead for AL. Our federal and state partners consult with us under the ESA to make sure any changes in their public use policies or operations do not jeopardize or adversely affect beach mice.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 21.a Determine age, sex, and number to be removed from existing populations(Al. beach mouse) Complete Prior to FY 1995 FY 2017 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Since reintroductions of ABM, CBM, PKBM have occurred from the 1980s to the present the FWS and our partners have prepared translocation plans that specifies the sex, age, and number of mice that can be removed from a donor population to assure that population would be unaffected by the removal. These plans are reevaluated and updated each time before a translocation occurs.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 24 Develop plans for captive breeding colonies Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Management: Propagation Contract 2008-09 Contract with Zoologic to investigate the captive breeding of PKBM for reintroduction. Zoologic is prearing a plan for the captive breeding pilot project with the addition of captive breeding CBM to see if feasible to breed and rentroduce captive bred mice vs wild caught mice. In the early 1980s FWS contracted with the AL Research Coop Unit at Auburn University to captive breed ABM, PKBM, and CBM. Some captive breeding was successful other were not. Some mice were reintroduced back to the wild. However, due to the high cost of lab rearing and the difficulty of obtaining adequate numbers of wild mice and reintroduction back to the wild the program was discontinued in the early 1990s. In 2007 a captive breeding feasibility meeting was held. Assessment has been made that recovery actions should not focus on captive options.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 24.a Develop plans for captive breeding colonies(Al. beach mouse) Complete Prior to FY 1995 FY 2017 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected 2006 - The FWS Alabama Field office is currently investigating the feasibility of captive breeding ABM. In 2007, a captive breeding meeting was held. Assessment was made that recovery options should not focus on captive breeding for the ABM at this time, but should focus on habitat conservation, protection, and restoration.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 25 Evaluate possible captive breeding strategies (All mice) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Phoenix Management: Propagation Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance In 2007 a captive breeding feasibilty meeting was held to discuss captive options. 2013 This has been evaluated and is a functional successful program. About to engage in Phase two of program.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 26 Design facilities to maintain and breed beach mice (All mice) Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Phoenix Management: Propagation Labor type not yet selected In 2007 a captive breeding feasibility meeting was held. Assessment has been made that recovery actions should not focus on captive options.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 27 Investigate shoret-term breeding strategy potential (All mice) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Phoenix Management: Propagation Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance In 2007 a captive breeding feasibilty meeting was held to discuss captive options.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 2.a Reevaluate public use regulations(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Bon Secour NWR, Gulf State Park, Fort Morgan State Park and Bureau of Land Management holdings.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 4.a Maintain predator control programs(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 Other U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Management: Predator and Competitor Control Contract, Internal Technical Assistance Predator control conducted by USDA-Wildlife Services under contract since the 1990s.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 5 Determine effect of house mice on beach mice (All mice) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Animal Damage Control (USDA) , Florida Department of Natural Resources , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Research: Competition Labor type not yet selected Research conducted in the 1980-1990s was completed. Additional research has not been completed. However, monitoring since the 1980's has shown if the habitat for the beach mice subspecies is maintained and good quality, beach mice populations have been able to maintained themselves and occurrences of house mice in those populations have been infrequent.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 7 Install boardwalks to protect habitat (All mice) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 FY 2006 Other Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Technical Assistance Public land managers in AL & FL have all implemented the concept of using and installing dune walkovers. Unfortunately following hurricanes they need replacement which can be costly. Some State parks in fL have opted to provided ongrade pedestrian paths instead of replacing boardwalks. The FWS review a pilot project in 2008 for the use of mobi-mats for pedestrian walkways.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 8 Relocate access trails and parking lots to protect habitat Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , United States Coast Guard , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Technical Assistance FWS works with coastal public land managers when feasible to relocate structure out of bm habitats if destroyed in a hurricane or incorporate into new design plans
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 8.a Relocate access trails and parking lots to protect habitat(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 Other U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Work type not yet selected Internal Administrative 2003 AFO worked with GSP on an ITP to rebuild incorporating location of structures and facilities to minimize impacts to ABM habitats and Park rebuild after Hurricane Ivan in 2004. Permit was updated in 2014.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 2 9 Install scavenger-proof trash recepticles and insure frequent pick-up (All mice) Complete Prior to FY 1995 FY 2006 Other U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Management: Predator and Competitor Control Internal Technical Assistance All public lands have instituted the concept of installing predator proof trash receptacles. FWS continues to require install on private lands where applicable. 2009 ongoing recommendations whenever discussions with public landowners are appropriate to reinforce the need for predator proof trash receptacles.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 3 3 Enforce all regulations (All mice) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 Other Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Law Enforcement Division, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Florida Department of Natural Resources , United States Air Force , United States Coast Guard , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Other: Regulations Internal Technical Assistance Public land managers have the lead to enforce regulations on their lands. However, FWS works with public land managers to enforce regulations on public lands as needed.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 3 3.a Enforce all regulations (All mice)(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Other: Regulations Internal Administrative Bon Secour NWR, Gulf State Park and Fort Morgan State Park have the lead as the public land managers. AFO has lead in enforcing provisions of ITPs on private lands.
Beach Mice (3 spp.) F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Alabama beach mouse Peromyscus polionotus ammobates 3 6.a Develop cooperative agreements with other agencies(Al. beach mouse) Ongoing Current Prior to FY 1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau Land Management , Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Phoenix Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected FWS leases 350 ac. From AHC at Fort Morgan State Park for Management