Science & Adaptive Management in a National Monument

CSNM DST Cover (96 ppi 3xX)The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument was the first U.S. National Monument set aside specifically for preservation of biodiversity. Using science to preserve biological diversity and improve habitat in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument highlights studies from Klamath Bird Observatory scientists and partners, framed as an adaptive management story of the Monument, its expansion, and the science which demonstrated that removing livestock grazing benefited bird species.

Like our other DSTs, the four-page document is intended for managers, conservation resource professionals, and anyone else that is interested in how our science can be used to make decisions that incorporate bird and habitat conservation objectives. Click here to download a printable version of this DST.

 

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