BLM Publishes Technical Reports on the Implications of Raptor Nesting Near Oil and Gas Development

19 July 2010

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has published a series of technical reports based on HWI studies of the implications of raptor nesting near oil and gas Cover_photo_for_TN436development.

Technical Report 432 - Raptor Nesting Near Oil and Gas Development: An Overview of Key Findings and Implications for Management Based on Four Reports by HWI

Technical Report 433 - An Assessment of the Effects of Oil and Gas Field Activities on Nesting Raptors in the Rawlins, Wyoming and Price, Utah Field Offices of the Bureau of Land Management

Technical Report 434 - Artifical Nest Structures as Mitigation for Natural-Gas Development Impacts to Ferruginous Hawks (Buteo regalis) in South-Central Wyoming

Technical Report 435 - Accipiter Use of Pinyon-Juniper Habitats for Nesting in Northwestern Colorado

Technical Report 436 - Recommendations for Improved Raptor Nest Monitoring in Association with Oil and Gas Development Activities