Habitat Enhancement for Grassland Birds in the Sheyenne Delta Landscape (SWG T-25-HM)

Project Documents

Description

Nationally more than 99% of historic tallgrass prairie is gone and the remainder is highly altered due to fire suppression and fragmentation. In southeast North Dakota we have a unique opportunity to protect valuable tallgrass prairie habitat at a scale that is ecologically sustainable by working cooperatively with private landowners and the USFS Sheyenne National Grasslands. The purpose of this proposal is to acquire funding to support needed habitat management on land owned by The Nature Conservancy and surrounding private lands within the Sheyenne National Grassland. Management actions will include treating leafy spurge, remove tree rows, and applying prescribed fire of TNC and adjacent private land.

Authors and Contributors

The Nature Conservancy - Eric Hoff

Research Category

Target Species

Grassland Birds

Approximate Completion Date

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grassland birds Sheyenne delta habitat enhancement
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