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The model described here is a GIS-based spatial model designed to assess the impact of future development on lesser prairie-chicken (LEPC) conservation in eastern New Mexico emulates the Oklahoma Lesser Prairie-Chicken Spatial Planning Tool, a product of a collaboration including the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Playa Lakes Joint Venture, the Oklahoma Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, the University of Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State University. This tool is intended for use in planning for future development, minimizing negative impacts of future development on current LEPC habitat, and in planning conservation and restoration efforts for LEPC in eastern New Mexico. The model aims to provide industry and wildlife professionals a tool that can help: 1) site development projects with LEPC conservation in mind, 2) identify areas of critical habitat for LEPC conservation, and 3) identify areas for potential habitat restoration and/or species reintroduction, including offsets for the impact of future development activities. It is important to note that this study does not address any potential concerns other than the LEPC.Download file (2 MB)
PowerPoint presentation of Prairie-Chickens, Bugs, and Cows: Lessons from the TNC Milnesand Prairie Preserve.Download file (6MB)
Prairie-Chickens, Bugs, and Cows: Lessons from the TNC Milnesand Prairie Preserve.Download file (<1 MB)
A summary report on the habitat for lesser prairie-chickens and other wildlife in sand-shinnery oak – grass communities on the Milnesand Prairie Preserve.Download file (<1 MB)
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