Project Fact Sheets
Fact Sheet: Strategic Management of Invasive Species (Legacy 11-114) (PDF)
Fact Sheet: Strategic Management of Invasive Species in the Northwest United States - Workshop (Legacy 11-114).
Fact Sheet: Tracing The Geographic Origin of Migratory Birds (Legacy 10-427) (PDF)
Fact Sheet: Tracing the Geographic Origin of Migratory Birds Breeding on DoD Lands Using Stable Isotopes (Legacy 10-427).
Fact Sheet: Occupancy and Distribution - Le Conte's Thrasher (Legacy 10-343) (PDF)
Fact Sheet: Status and Distribution of Le Conte's Thrasher (Toxostoma lecontei) - a species at-risk on three southwestern military installations (Legacy 10-343).
Fact Sheet: Monitoring Migratory Birds Using Automated Acoustic Technologies (Legacy 10-245) (PDF)
Continuation Year 4.
Fact Sheet: Creating Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas (CISMAs) to Effectively Reduce Re-infestation on Four (4) Military Bases and Surrounding Lands in Florida (Phase I) (Legacy 09-437) (PDF)
Fact Sheet: Determining Marine Movement and Behavior of the Gulf Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi) in the Gulf Sturgeon Critical Habitat of the Gulf Testing and Training Range and Santa Rosa Island Complex (Legacy 09-428) (PDF)
Fact Sheet: The North Carolina Sandhills Weed Management Area: Sharing DoD Invasive Plant Species Management Strategies with Installation Neighbors (Legacy 07-334) (PDF)
Summarizes the objectives and accomplishments of this project to assist NCSWMA implementing regional invasive plant management strategies at Fort Bragg and Camp Mackall, North Carolina.
Fact Sheet: DoD Partners in Flight Program Management and Technical Support (Legacy 07-17) (PDF)
This fact sheet summarizes the activities and accomplishments of the DoD Partners in Flight program for fiscal year 2007.
Fact Sheet: Actions to Abate Critical Threats, such as Encroachment and Invasive Species, Using GIS and Conservation Planning Across the Gulf Coastal Plain Ecosystem Partnership (GCPEP) Landscape Phase II (Legacy 06-280) (PDF)
Fact Sheet: The North Carolina Sandhills Weed Management Area: Facilitating Regional, Invasive Species Management Partnerships Among DoD and Neighboring Land Stewards (Legacy 06-334) (PDF)
This 3 page fact sheet details a project that formed the Weed Management Area (WMA) partnership of Federal, State and local government agencies, as well as, individuals, and various interested groups that cooperatively manage non-native invasive plant species (NIS) in the NC Sandhills. The fact sheet summarizes the project objectives and accomplishments to date.
Fact Sheet: DoD Pacific Islands Region Threatened, Endangered, and At-Risk Species Workshop Proceedings (Legacy 06-298) (PDF)
April 2007. This fact sheet summarizes the Pacific Islands TER-S workshop held in Honolulu HI in 2006, what was achieved and who to contact for additional information.
Fact Sheet: Grand Bay-Banks Lake Stewardship Partnership - Phase II (Legacy 05-158) (PDF)
November 2006. Summarizes this project that involved the development of preliminary hydrological and fire management plans for the area as well as a monitoring plan to track the impacts of management action or inaction on the rare species and natural communities found at GBBL.
Fact Sheet: Identifying Management Strategies for Reversing Declines of Neotropical Landbirds of Conservation Concern on Military Installations (Legacy 05-103) (PDF)
This document summarizes a project that gathered information on declining BCC Neotropical land birds to ultimately develop land management recommendations for DoD lands in the southeastern U.S. This Legacy-funded project utilized the Monitoring of Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) program to provide critical demographic data on 100+ species in the eastern and central US, which will be the basis for subsequent landscape management strategies to be employed in DoD installations in that region.
Fact Sheet: Department of Defense National Public Lands Day 2005 (Legacy 05-086) (PDF)
This fact sheet summarizes the ongoing National Public Lands Day project accomplishments for 2005.
Species at Risk (SAR) Assessment and Recommendations: Part II Planning and Management (Legacy 03-154) (PDF)
This fact sheet summarizes a project that identified targeted SAR, determined the steps necessary to prevent any further declines in the population of the species of concern on or near the targeted military installation, expanded SAR identification to all military installations, including National Guard, targeted one of the original four target species for follow-up work, and promoted the coordination of a Grassland partnership.
Fact Sheet: Near Surface Sound Propagation, a Key to Alerting Right Whales of Approaching DoD Ships (Legacy 02-145) (DOC)
This document summarizes a project that measured bow hull effects and acoustic shadowing in order to ultimately develop practical warning systems for sea vessels approaching Right Whales and other marine mammals.
Fact Sheet: Developing a Model SAV Project for DoD Installations in the Chesapeake Bay (Legacy 02-60) (DOC)
This document summarizes a project that involved a 2 day workshop and resulted in a comprehensive SAV restoration handbook for military installations within the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Fact Sheet: Conservation of Indigenous Birds on Wake Atoll (Legacy 01-134) (DOC)
This document summarizes a project dealing with the removal and eradication of feral cats on Wake Atoll (Marshall Islands, Micronesia) in order to preserve the indigenous birds whose numbers were declining due to heavy predation by numerous feral cats.
Fact Sheet: Chesapeake Bay Program Interagency Partnership: Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (Legacy 00-36) (DOC)
This document summarizes a project that, using existing restoration planting, identified the best areas within the bay and resulted in the development of low cost, long term SAV monitoring protocols.
Fact Sheet: 2006 Annual Report DoD Partners in Flight Program (PDF)
This 2 page fact sheet details the accomplishments of the DoD Partners in Flight Program for 2006 in such areas as Conserving Birds and their Habitats, Partnerships and Leadership, Accomplishments and Recognition, Migratory Bird Legislation, and Getting the Word Out.