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The Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office develops and posts proposed and final decision documents on the Federal Register and Regulations.gov. Those final decision documents are also posted on ECOS ECOS
Environmental Conservation Online System (ECOS) serves a variety of reports related to FWS Threatened and Endangered Species.

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. Some documents that are unique to our office or that are not found in other locations are listed below. If you can't find the document you're looking for, please contact Meghan Snow, our Public Affairs Officer.

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Need a minute of downtime? Want to learn about a California pollinator? Download these color-by-numbers of the Kern Primrose Sphinx Moth, Mission Blue Butterfly, Bay Checkerspot Butterfly and Myrtle's Silverspot Butterfly. Each sheet contains facts about each species, so you can learn some fun...
Mountain-Yellow-Legged-Frog-Conservation-Strategy

This is the interagency conservation strategy for the mountain yellow-legged frog in the Sierra Nevada. The agencies involved in the creation of this strategy include the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife...

MYLF Attachment 3_Translocations

This document is part of the Interagency Conservation Strategy for Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs in the Sierra Nevada. This is Attachment 3, which is the Protocol for Translocation and Reintroduction of Rana muscosa and Rana sierrae. 

MYLF Attachment 4_Decon Protocol

This document is the fourth attachment to the Interagency Conservation Strategy for Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs in the Sierra Nevada. It describes the protocol for decontaminating equipment to minimize the spread of parasites and non-native organisms between water bodies. 

MYLF Attachment 5_Captive Rearing

This document is the fifth attachment part of the Interagency Conservation Strategy for Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs in the Sierra Nevada. This document describes the criteria for captive rearing and propagation of the frogs, as well as the interagency process for permitting salvage and/or...

Eagle-Lake-Rainbow-Trout-Conservation-Agreement-508

The purpose of the conservation strategy is to restore natural spawning and rearing ofELRT, preserve the uniqueness ofthe subspecies, and restore stream habitat. The Conservation Strategy describes the current conditions and threats, prioritizes and describes the specific conservation actions...

A whitebark pine in California leans against a rocky slope in the mountains

This document is an interagency conservation strategy for whitebark pine in California.

A California spotted owl sits perched in a tree in a forest

This Conservation Objectives Report (COR) assesses and summarizes the needs of CSO, describes broad conservation objectives, and makes recommendations to reduce and/or ameliorate stressors to the species. This report is not meant to be prescriptive, but rather to inform range-wide, mixed-...

pine trees and shrubs surround a small pond

This document provides information on the conservation banks located in the jurisdiction of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office. Each conservation bank profile includes a map of the bank area, the species covered by the bank and contact information for the...

a california tiger salamander in a hand

The purpose of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy (Conservation Strategy) is to create a long-term conservation program sufficient to mitigate potential adverse effects on listed species due to future development on the Santa Rosa Plain (Plain).

a california tiger salamander in a hand

This document features Figures 1 through 5 found in the Appendix of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy.

Figure 1: Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy Study Area (Map) Figure 2: Conservation Area Overview (Map) Figure 3: Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy Map (Land...
a california tiger salamander in a hand

This document contains Figures 6 through13 of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy.

Figure 6: Kelly Conservation Area Map Figure 7: Llano Conservation Area Map Figure 8: Stony Point Conservation Area Map Figure 9: Northwest Cotati Conservation Area Map Figure 10:...
california tiger salamander in hand

This document consists of Appendix A of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy. This Appendix contains information on the species part of the Conservation Strategy. 

california tiger salamander in hand

This document is Appendix B of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy. This Appendix contains the Biological Opinions from 1998, 2007, 2009 and 2020. 

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This document contains Appendix C through Appendix E of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy.

Appendix C: Interim Guidance on Site Assessment and Field Surveys for Determining Presence or a Negative Finding of the California Tiger Salamander Appendix D: Guidelines for...
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This document is Appendix F of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy. This Appendix provides assistance in preparing mitigation bank documents and to achieve a higher degree of uniformity and consistency in the process of establishing mitigation banks.

a california tiger salamander in a hand

This document is Appendix G of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy. The document consists of a template for the management of mitigation banks. 

a california tiger salamander in a hand

This document is Appendix H of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy. This document contains information on the process for project approval by state and federal agencies without the presence of conservation strategy wetlands, California tiger salamanders or listed plants. 

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This document contains Appendix I through N of the Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy. 

Appendix I: Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy Peer Review Selection Criteria Appendix J: Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy Team Questions for Peers Appendix K: ...
color by number of two California butterflies

Need a minute of downtime? Want to learn about California pollinators? Download this color-by-number of the Myrtle's Silverspot and Bay Checkerspot butterflies, and learn some fun facts while you reveal its colors! This is a print-only document.

color by number of the mission blue butterfly

Need a minute of downtime? Want to learn about a California pollinator? Download this color-by-number of the Mission Blue Butterfly and learn some fun facts while you reveal its colors! This is a print-only document.

image of the kern primrose sphinx moth color-by-number

Need a minute of downtime? Want to learn about a California pollinator? Download this color-by-number of the Kern Primrose Sphinx Moth larvae and learn some fun facts while you reveal its colors! This is a print-only document.