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Mohave Ground Squirrel Technical Advisory Group

The Mohave Ground Squirrel Technical Advisory Group (MGS TAG) is a long-standing committee of Mohave ground squirrel (Xerospermophilus mohavensis) technical experts from the private sector, academia, and land management and regulatory agencies. The MGS TAG provides a forum for information sharing and formulation of recommendations to CDFW and other agencies on the conservation of the Mohave ground squirrel. This website is an archive of past meetings, including agendas, notes, and documents related to the work of the MGS TAG.


MGS TAG Meetings

Mohave Ground Squirrel Technical Advisory Group

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Committee of Mohave ground squirrel (Xerospermophilus mohavensis) technical experts from the private sector, academia, and land management and regulatory agencies


February 21-22, 2017 Meeting

Agenda

Minutes

Presentations

·         Xerospermophilus genetics in an MGS/RTGS contact zone (Phil Leitner, Jennifer Rippert, Marjorie Mactocq)

·         Camera trap bait presentation methods (Ed LaRue)

Other Documents

·         MGS Diet Paper (Barbara Leitner and Phil Leitner)

·         MGS Status in the Hinkley Area (Phil Leitner and Marjorie Matocq)

·         Revised MGS Camera Trapping Recommendations (David Delaney, Phil Leitner, and David Hacker)

·         MGS ITP Measures – Work in Progress

·         Draft suggested MGS Designated Biologist Form (Ryan Young)

·         Study Proposal: Testing Different Bait Presentation Methods at MGS Camera Traps (Phil Leitner and Bruce Garlinger)


February 24, 2016 Meeting

Location: Sheraton Fairplex, Pomona




Wildlife Branch - Nongame Wildlife Program
1812 9th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 445-0411


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