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Snail kite demography in Blue Cypress Water Management Area

Christopher Cattau

Snail kite demography in Blue Cypress Water Management Area

final report 2006-2007

by Christopher Cattau

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Everglade kite

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for St. Johns River Water Management District, Environmental Sciences Division ; by Christopher Cattau ... [et al.].
    SeriesSpecial publication -- SJ2008-SP4
    ContributionsSt. Johns River Water Management District (Fla.). Environmental Sciences Division
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL696.F32 S63 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25035187M
    LC Control Number2011388340

    This area is part of the Upper St. Johns River Basin Project implemented by St. Johns River Water Management District and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Eastern portion of the area contains foraging and nesting habitat for the endangered Snail Kite. The success of the endangered Everglade Snail Kite is a key ecological indicator for the health of the Greater Everglades. Snail Kite numbers declined significantly until the early s due to degradation of water quality and sporadic water levels that were wreaking havoc on wetland plants and the kites’ namesake food item.

    Snail Kite Coming in Hot, Curt McCauley. See More. and toured commercial plants and conservation facilities in an effort to understand the economics and culture of the area. During World War II, Carson participated in a program to investigate undersea sounds, life and terrain designed to assist the Navy in developing techniques and. Lake Istokpoga is a 26,acre ( km 2) freshwater lake in Highlands County, Florida. It is fed by two creeks, Arbuckle Creek and Josephine oblong-shaped lake is approximately 5 miles ( km) wide by 10 miles (16 km) is considered the fifth largest lake in the state of Florida. Despite its area, it is very shallow, with an average depth of only 4 feet ( m).

    Start studying WIS EXAM 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Everglades snail kite: Although the project area is within the consultation area for the snail kite, the wetland habitats within the project area do not support the habitat needed for the snail kite. Kite foraging habitat consists of relatively shallow wetland vegetation, .


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Snail kite demography in Blue Cypress Water Management Area by Christopher Cattau Download PDF EPUB FB2

Snail kite demography in Blue Cypress Water Management Area, final report – The report presents data on snail kite use of the Blue Cypress Water Management Area in and PUB. NO.: SJSP5.

Snail kite demography in Blue Cypress water management area. Final report Cattau, C, Kitchens, W, Reichert, B, Bowling, A. and Martin, J. Johns River Water Management District Special Publication Volume: SJSP4 Pages: This report presents data on snail kite use of the Blue Cypress Water Management Area (BCWMA) in and.

nesting success, numbers, and dispersal of snail kites in the blue cypress water management and conservation areas Article (PDF Available) January with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A primary objective of the snail kite recovery plan, as well as the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, is to develop water management regimes that better approximate the historical.

Currently the hydrologic conditions of each of the 14 distinct wetlands in the model are represented by spatial avaerages. In the area covered by the South Florida Water Management Model, these averages will be replaced by hydrologic data at each x m spatial cell. The detail of the snail kite model will be extended where data exist.

Demography of the Snail Kite in blue cypress marsh complex. Final report we directly observed non-native snails in deep-water hydrilla, or we observed snail kites foraging for snails. Snail Kite Florida is the only state in the United States in which the snail kite breeds.

It is, however, a widespread neotropical species, breeding from Mexico south to Ecuador and Brazil. In Florida it is a rather rare resident of the central and southern portions of the state.

The snail kite is found in freshwater marshes with extensive stands of sawgrass and cattails. snail kite remained in the st udy area, “p ” = probability that a snail kite was detected in the study area given it was ava ilable, “.

” = model parameter was assumed to be constant. Snail kite demography in Blue Cypress Marsh Complex, final report This report from U. Geological Survey, Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, and the University of Florida presents data on snail kite usage and reproduction within the Blue Cypress Marsh Complex duringand One example is the individual-based model EVERKITE, which has been developed to project population change of the Florida snail kite (Rostrhamus sociabilis) under future hydrologic scenarios.

The Florida snail kite is an endangered raptor that occurs as a closed population of about 2, birds in the wetlands of southern and central Florida. Because the availability of apple snails to kites is related to hydrologic conditions, variations in water levels are likely to influence snail kite behaviour and demography.

In particular, snail availability to kites is greatly reduced during droughts (Beissinger ). change of the Florida snail kite (Rostrhamus sociabilis) under future hydrologic scenarios.

The Florida snail kite is an endangered raptor that occurs as a closed population of about 2, birds in the wetlands of southern and central Florida. Its demography is severely affected by the hydrology of these wetlands.

Welcome to Blue Cypress County Park Blue Cypress Park is located at Blue Cypress Lake Road, approximately 23 miles west of I Features include 2 boat launches, a floating dock, paved parking, grass overflow parking, restroom facilities with showers and 2 covered pavilions.

Activities include bird-watching, wildlife viewing, fishing. Life history traits and the population dynamics of the snail kite may vary considerably across space and over time.

Understanding the influence of environmental (spatial and temporal) variation on demographic parameters is essential to understanding the population dynamics of a given species.

Recognition of information needs for management decisions and conservation strategies has resulted in. Given the small area, unpredictable hydroperiods, proximity of upland habitats, lack of open water, and shallow depths relative to snail kite nesting areas on the main body of Lake Toho, we expected that snail kite nests built in Shingle Marsh would be exposed to a variety of terrestrial predators such as raccoons Procyon lotor, great-horned.

most Snail Kites used the Blue Cypress Marsh Water Conservation Area, Blue Cypress Water Management Area, and surrounding wetlands in private ownership.

Agricultural areas (e.g., citrus groves, canals, agricultural fields, or agricultural retention ponds) within each of these regions, as well as all other areas not. Florida is home to several species of Pomacea apple snails including one native species, the Florida apple snail, and four exotics native to South America.

The four exotic, nonindigenous Pomacea apple snail species are the island apple snail, channeled apple snail, spike-topped apple snail, and the titan apple snail. As ofFlorida had exotic populations in at least 29 watersheds in 38 of.

Fred Babcock – Cecil Webb State Wildlife Management Area — Directions: Exit (Old Exit 27 aka Tucker’s Grade) from I Take Tucker’s Grade to pay station booth. Florida seniors with in-state driver’s license get in free. Others must pay $ per person or $ per car.

Keep up with the Trail. Sign up and select “Wildlife Viewing”. DMCA Policy © Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The snail kite is an endangered bird and the apple snail is a freshwater mollusk the size of a golf ball (Talley, ).

The apple snails reproduce during the rainy season. The snails will lay thousands of tiny eggs on the stalks of marsh grasses when the water levels are at their highest. Florida apple snails (Pomacea paludosa) apparently have only a limited tolerance to wetland drying events (although little direct evidence exists), but their populations routinely face dry downs under natural and managed water regimes.

In this paper, we address speculation that apple snails respond to decreasing water levels and potential drying events by moving toward refugia that remain.

Fletcher R, Robertson E, Reichert B, Cattau C, Wilcox CR, Zweig C, Jeffery B, Olbert J, Pias K, Kitchens W () Snail kite demography 5-year report, prepared for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Environmental Branch, Jacksonville, FL.

by U.S. Geological Survey, FL Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Department of Wildlife Ecology.Dr. Best has over three decades of research and teaching experience in the area of ecol-ogy, ecological engineering, and wetlands restoration and management, most of which has been in Florida.

He has + publications including book chapters, technical reports, and journal publications; he co-edited a book on the Okefenokee Swamp and also co-edit.