Florida Wildlife Conservation Guide

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Florida Natural Areas Inventory

Index of Slides : Text Only Version

  1. Title Page
  2. Acknowledgments
  3. Introduction
  4. Wildlife Conservation 101
  5. Using this Guide
  6. Partnerships and Coordination
  7. Flowchart of Guidance Process
  8. Database and Literature Resources
  9. Map Review
  10. GIS Review
  11. Wildlife Corridors
  12. Habitat Classification and Field Reconnaissance
  13. Habitats Main Page
  14. General Habitat Management Techniques
  15. Objective-Based Vegetation Management (OBVM) and Wildlife Conservation, Prioritization & Recovery Program (WCPR)
  16. Herbaceous Uplands
  17. Pine-Dominated Upland Forests
  18. Scrub Habitats
  19. Mixed Hardwood Forests
  20. Forested Wetlands
  21. Marshes, Wet Prairies and Lakes
  22. Rivers and Streams (Riparian Ecosystems)
  23. Springs and Spring Runs
  24. Agricultural Lands
  25. Ruderal and Transitional Habitats
  26. Ephemeral Ponds
  27. Coastal Ecosystems
  28. Marine and Estuarine Communities
  29. Wildlife Species Main Page
  30. Wildlife Surveys
  31. Wildlife Conservation, Prioritization & Recovery Program (WCPR)
  32. Invertebrates Main Page
  33. Freshwater Mussels
  34. Freshwater Snails
  35. Tree and Terrestrial Snails
  36. Non-cave Crayfish
  37. Cave Crayfish and Shrimp
  38. Freshwater Insects
  39. Terrestrial Insects and Spiders
  40. Rare and Imperiled Fish Species
  41. Amphibians and Reptiles Main Page
  42. Frogs and Toads
  43. Salamanders and Newts
  44. Gopher Tortoise
  45. Aquatic Turtles
  46. Sea Turtles
  47. Crocodilians
  48. Snakes
  49. Skinks
  50. Florida Keys Reptiles
  51. Birds Main Page
  52. Shorebirds and Seabirds
  53. Colonial Nesting Water Birds
  54. Marsh Birds
  55. Sparrows
  56. Warblers and Pigeons
  57. Florida Scrub-Jay
  58. Raptors
  59. Woodpeckers
  60. Mammals Main Page
  61. Beach Mice
  62. Fox Squirrel
  63. Voles, Rice Rats, and Shrews
  64. Bats
  65. Salt Marsh and Southern Minks
  66. Key Deer and Lower Keys Marsh Rabbit
  67. Florida Mouse, Key Largo Wood Rat, and Key Largo Cotton Mouse
  68. Florida Black Bear
  69. Florida Panther
  70. West Indian Manatee
  71. Non-Native Species
  72. Game Management
  73. Reporting Guidance
  74. Conservation and Project Planning
  75. Landowner Assistance Programs
  76. Safe Harbor Program
  77. Mitigation-Based Incentive Programs
  78. Conservation Easements and Acquisition
  79. Nature-Based Recreation
  80. Habitat Conservation Plans
  81. Candidate Conservation Agreements
  82. Conservation and Site Design
  83. Stormwater Pond Design
  84. Utility Planning
  85. Transportation Guidelines
  86. Wildlife Undercrossing Design
  87. Golf Course Planning
  88. Mine Reclamation
  89. Wetland Buffers
  90. Local Government Coordination
  91. State Regulatory Compliance
  92. Federal Regulatory Compliance
  93. Statewide Technical Assistance
  94. References

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