An Integrated Pest Management Plan for the Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge. This plan outlines the biological degradation of native riparian forest habitat along the Lower Colorado River and the invasive species management actions needed to protect and restore riparian forests and marshlands of the Bill Williams River. 

DeRango, B., 2023. Integrated Pest Management Plan Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge.

Habitat factsheets and scorecards describe the habitat needs and behaviors of species of interest in the Colorado State Wildlife Action Plan. This particular document is for dabbling ducks and their utilization of seasonal shallow water wetlands. These habitat details and score cards can be used to analyze current habitat conditions and potential for improvement.

A guide that walks the user through the use of the AGOL-based habitat viewer ( User is provided with instructions for changing base map layers, toggling through data layers, utilizing tools to compare different datasets, and locating the metadata for the provided layers. Manual uses screen shots of the AGOL platform to aid in seamless navigation.

Riverine ecosystems are known to provide important habitat for avian communities, but information on responses of birds to differing levels of Tamarix is not known. Past research on birds along the Colorado River has shown that avian abundance in general is greater in native than in non-native habitat.

      Tamarisk Leaf Beetle Species and Habitat Analysis with Management Implications for the Middle Rio Grande, NM   Ondrea Hummel1*, Matthew Johnson2*, Chris Sanderson1   1 Tetra Tech, Albuquerque, NM, USA;,
    Private Lands Stewardship: Connecting People, Birds and Land   Kelsea Holloway1*, Lauren Connell2, Angela Dwyer3   1Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, Greeley, Colorado, US; 2Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, Fort Collins, Colorad