California wildlife and their habitats: Western Sierra Nevada ... Issued January 1980. [Berkeley, Calif. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Exp. Stn., Forest Serv., U.S. Dep. Agric.], 1980. 27.5 cm, pp. , i-iii, 1-439 [440: blank], 355 illustrations, 355 maps, 4 figures, many tables in the text, pictorial wrappers. First edition. An assemblage of biological information about 26 amphibians, 27 reptiles, 208 birds and 94 mammals regularly found on forest and range lands of the western Sierra Nevada. The purpose of the study was to provide adequate data to enable the Forest Service to "manage its lands in a manner that assures the conservation of all animal species." The compilation provides data on life history, habitat requirements and present distribution of the 355 species covered by the report. The geographical region covered, the "Western Sierra Nevada," is zone 1 of the four zones established by the California Wildlife Habitat Relationships Program. It extends south from the boundary between Shasta and Siskiyou counties to Kern Gap (Highway 178) and east from the 1,000-foot (305-meter) elevation contour to the Sierra Crest. Issued as Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station General Technical Report PSW-37. A few marks and scuffs to wrappers, a very good copy. (#138985).
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