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Citation Label: UT35
Publication Name: UTAH FIELD OFFICE GUIDELINES FOR RAPTOR PROTECTION FROM HUMAN AND LAND USE DISTURBANCES
Publication Type: Report
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Author Name: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Utah Field Office
Other Authors: Laura A. Romin, James A. Muck
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Publication Year: 2002
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Local Source File: UT35-RAPTORGUIDE.pdf
Annotation: "Objectives of these guidelines are to maintain and enhance all raptor populations in Utah by avoiding, minimizing, or mitigating effects of the following human induced impacts: -Physical destruction of important raptor habitat components; Disturbance resulting in displacement of raptors from high-valued habitat and use areas during crucial time periods (i.e., nesting, winter roosting); Direct human caused stress, physical impairment, or mortality; and Environmental degradation and contamination." (page 3)
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Recommended: "The following raptor protection guidelines were prepared by the Service in coordination with various federal, state, tribal, and private entities with an interest in raptor protection. These guidelines are intended to provide an advisory framework for consistent raptor management approaches statewide." (page 1)
Ownership: Federal, state, and private: "These guidelines are intended to provide an advisory framework for consistent raptor management approaches statewide." (page 1)

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