- Detections of breeding birds in the Sheeprock and East Tintic Mountains, Utah
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Fleishman, Erica. 2019. Detections of breeding birds in the Sheeprock and East Tintic Mountains, Utah. Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.2737/RDS-2019-0017
- These data document annual detections of breeding birds in two mountain ranges in the eastern Great Basin: the Sheeprock Mountains (Tooele County) and East Tintic Mountains (Tooele and Utah Counties), Utah. Data were collected during the breeding seasons of 2016 and 2017. Birds were detected during fixed-radius point counts. In most cases, each point was visited three times per breeding season. Data include coordinates of each point, species detected, date and method of detection, and distance from the observer.
- breeding birds; detections; point counts; land-cover change; riparian; pinyon; juniper; sagebrush; JFSP; Joint Fire Science Program; Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center; Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center; biota; environment; Ecology, Ecosystems, & Environment; Animal ecology; Forest & Plant Health; Botany; Inventory, Monitoring, & Analysis; Monitoring; Wildlife (or Fauna); Birds; Habitat management; Utah; north-central Utah; eastern Great Basin; Great Basin; Sheeprock Mountains; East Tintic Mountains; Tooele County; Utah County
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