Wildlife Movement completed

MSCP Wildlife Corridor Monitoring

A CBI study evaluating several MSCP habitat linkages and corridors critical to regional wildlife movement in the MSCP preserve. The study evaluated the functionality of the linkages, the large mammals and mesopredators using the linkages, constraints to animal movement, and underpass function.
Project Focus
Project type: Monitoring
Target species: Bobcat, Coyote, Mountain lion
Data steward: Jerre Stallcup
Investigator: Jerre Stallcup
Main implementing entity: Conservation Biology Institute
Partner: City of Poway; City of San Diego
Point of contact: Jerre Stallcup
SDMMP lead: Sarah McCutcheon
Study lead: Jerre Stallcup
Project Protocol
Reports
Reports Available: Yes
File name Lead Author Year Type
CBI 2002 MSCP Wildlife Corridor Monitoring Study Conservation Biology Institute 2002 report
CBI 2003 MSCP Linkage Monitoring Review Conservation Biology Institute 2003 report
CBI 2003 MSCP Wildlife Corridor Monitoring Study Conservation Biology Institute 2003 report