An ArcGIS Online (AGOL) page containing historical and predictive maps developed by James Hatten of the USGS for the southwestern willow flycatcher habitat across the southwestern United States. The model outputs a range of probabilities for suitable and less suitable habitat in 20% probability classes. This project shows that the satellite model adequately predicts flycatcher habitat rangewide, but it lacks the ability to predict which patches will be occupied in a given year.
This document describes the biology and management implications of reed canary grass, a rhizomatous perennial grass that is currently found in all but six of the lower 48 states.
Developed by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, this guide provides a simple key to help identify common willows, cottonwoods, alder, birch and dogwood.
This Field Guide is intended as a pocket field guide for the identification of many common native woody plants that are found in riparian areas in the Intermountain West and Pacific Northwestern regions of the United States. This guide is intended to provide a few simple identification characteristics of these woody plants in both the summer and winter.
This Colorado State University website provides information on a suite of poisonous plants.
This brochure, created by the Boulder Community Alliance, describes the differences between invasive Russian olive and native silverleaf buffaloberry - two plants which are often mistaken.