This three-year project will protect sensitive species, including Mexican flannelbush, and critical habitat on the southwestern slope of Mother Miguel Mountain, while managing public access in a manner that will create within those who visit the site an awareness and appreciation of the need to respect the habitats and species present on the Refuge.
Project type: General Management
Target species: Mexican flannelbush
Main implementing entity: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Point of contact: John Martin
SDMMP lead: Sarah McCutcheon
Study lead: John Martin
MSP Objectives and actions:FREMEX-2