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Colorado River Terrestrial and Riparian (CRTR)

      Meeting Information
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The Colorado River Terrestrial and Riparian (CRTR) meeting helps facilitate communication and information sharing for individuals or groups working with native habitat restoration and natural resources monitoring and research related to the Lower Colorado River Watershed. 

Organized by the Bureau of Reclamation (specifically, the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP), an annual meeting is hosted by CRTR for any and all groups working on the river. The 2017 CRTR meeting took place January 24 - 26 at Harrah’s in Laughlin, NV.

2019 Annual Meeting

Location: Laughlin, NV

Date: January 29-31, 2019

Agenda: TBD

Cost: $0

Lodging: Is the responsibility of each attendee; no lodging is provided.

For further information or if you are interested in presenting please contact Chris Dodge at cdodge@usbr.gov.

Past Meeting Presentations

The following table includes presentations from previous CRTR meetings. Click the arrows to expand the table and see the presentations.

The presentations require Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download here.

CRTR 2018 Meeting
The 2018 CRTR meeting was canceled due to a government shutdown.
CRTR 2017 Meeting
Introduction to the LCR MSCP and New Restoration in 2016, presented by Carrie Ronning (LCR MSCP)
Deriving Ground-Based and Airborne LiDAR Metrics for Habitat Restoration on the Lower Colorado River, presented by Jimmy Knowles (LCR MSCP)
Riparian Habitat Success Criteria for the Colorado River Delta, presented by Karen Schlatter (Sonoran Institute)
Development of a Monitoring Plan for Lowland Leopard Frogs and Colorado River Toads, presented by Ryan O'Donnell (AZGFD)
Mohave Fringe-toed Lizard (Uma scoparia) Distribution in Arizona, presented by Woodrow Crumbo (AZGFD)
Quagga 2.0 Dreissenid Research Update, presented by Theresa Thom (NPS)
Pre and Post Tamarisk Beetle Establishment Management Options, presented by Curt Deuser (NPS)
Establishment and Development of the Lower Colorado River Cooperative Weed Management Area, presented by Curt Deuser (NPS)
Feral Swine History of an Expanding North American Threat and Eradication Efforts in Arizona, presented by Zach Basmajian (USDA-APHIS)
Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Surveys at LCR MSCP Conservation Areas, presented by Barb Raulston (LCR MSCP)
For Better or For Worse: Long-term Trends in Abundances for the Resident Birds of a Desert River, presented by Kathleen Blair (USFWS)
Surveillance Plan for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Wild Migratory Birds in the United States including Arizona, presented by Valerie Burton (USDA-APHIS)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Habitat Use and the Arrival of Diorhabda on the Rio Grande, presented by Kristen Dillon (Reclamation)
Distribution and Habitat of Elf Owls in Lowland Riparian and Adjacent Upland Environments, Southern and Western Arizona, presented by Aaron D. Flesch , John D Boone, and David Vander Pluym (GBBO)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Monitoring on the LCR, presented by Mary Anne McLeod and Anne Pellegrini (SWCA)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Status and Habitat Restoration Efforts along the Virgin River in St George, Utah, presented by Christian Edwards (UDWR)
Marsh Bird Surveys in Topock Gorge, presented by Joe Kahl (LCR MSCP)
Occupancy Modeling of Ridgway's Rail in Topock Gorge, presented by Chris Dodge (LCR MSCP)
Estimating Abundance from Repeated Count Data with N-mixture Models, presented by Nathan Rudd (LCR MSCP)
Status of Marsh Birds in the Colorado River and Ciénega de Santa Clara, Baja California and Sonora, México, presented by Itzel Hernandez (Pronatura Noroeste)
Small Mammal Captures on the LCR, presented by Jenny Smith (LCR MSCP)
MSCP Bat Research and Monitoring: Where did we start and where are we now?, presented by Allen Calvert (NPS)
Genetic Characterization of the California Leaf-Nosed Bat Along the Colorado River, presented by Jeff Hill (Presenter) and Sean Neiswenter (LCR MSCP and UNLV)
System Wide Acoustic Monitoring Along The LCR, presented by Ronnie Mixan (AZGFD)
Nocturnal Airplane and Ground Telemetry Employed to Determine Foraging Range and Habitat of California Leaf-Nosed and Townsend's Big-Eared Bats Along the LCR, presented by Pat Brown (Brown Berry Consulting)
CRTR 2016 Meeting
Introduction to the LCR MSCP, presented by Carrie Ronning (LCR MSCP)
Fuels Management and Wildfire Planning for Clark County Wetlands Park, presented by Scott Abella and Brandon Barrow (UNLV and Reclamation)
Question answered with comments on "Natural", presented by Bert Anderson (Revegetation and Wildlife Management Center)
Burrowing Owls in Lake Havasu City, presented by Kerrie Anne Lloyd (ASU - Lake Havasu)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Surveys on the Lower Colorado River, presented by Mary Anne McLeod and Anne Pellegrini (SWCA)
The Long and Short of It (data that is)...Changes in Avian Communities on the Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge Over Time, presented by Kathleen Blair (USFWS)
Yellow-billed cuckoo surveys and population monitoring on the LCR, presented by Shannon McNeil (SSRS)
Population Genetic Diversity and Structuring in Yellow-billed Cuckoos, presented by Shannon McNeil (SSRS)
Peregrine Falcons: a look at mercury contamination in proximity to Lakes Mead and Mohave, presented by Joe Barnes (NDOW)
Key Findings and Recommendations from the LCR Riparian Bird Project 2011-2015 and Regional Natural History Information on the MSCP Covered Species, presented by Amy Leist, Elisabeth Ammon, Dawn Fletcher, and Lauren Harter (GBBO)
Alternatives to Program DS for Double Sampling Population Estimates, presented by Nathan Rudd (Reclamation)
Update on The Vegetation Response to Environmental Flows and Restoration Treatments in the Colorado River Delta, presented by Karen Schlatter (Sonoran Institute)
Environmental Flow Effects on Groundwater and Restoration Potential in Reach 4 of the Colorado River Delta, presented by Matt Grabau (Sonoran Institute)
Changes in the Avian Community on The Colorado River Delta after the Minute 319 Water Releases, presented by Itzel Hernandez (ProNatura Noroeste)
Marshbird Monitoring of the Colorado River Delta, presented by Alejandra Calvo Fonseca (ProNatura Noroeste)
Bat Monitoring at Riparian Habitat Creation Areas, presented by Allen Calvert (Reclamation)
System-wide Acoustic Bat Surveys on the LCR, presented by Ronnie Mixan (AZGFD)
Bat Telemetry on the LCR, presented by Pat Brown (Brown-Berry Consulting)
Northern Tamarisk Beetle (Diorahbda Carinulata) Effects on Established Tamarisk Feeding Invertebrate Populations along The Las Vegas Wash, Clark County, Nevada, presented by Jason Eckberg (SNWA)
Amphibian Monitoring in the Bill Williams and Big Sandy Rivers, presented by Jon Miller (AZGFD)
Flat-tailed Horned Lizard Demographic Monitoring in the Yuma Desert Management Area (2008 to 2015), presented by Ashley Grimsley (AZGFD)
Ecology and Breeding Habitat Requirements for Lowland Leopard Frogs and Colorado River Toads, presented by Daniel Leavitt (AZGFD)
A Questionable Role for Amphibian Chytrid Fungus in the Decline of the Relict Leopard Frog, presented by Anthony Waddle, Jef Jaeger, and Rebeca Rivera (UNLV)
Use of the Proper Functioning Condition Assessment Protocol in Restoration, presented by Terry Dock (CRIT EPO)
Riparian Rehabilitation in Vehicle-Inaccessible Sites at Imperial National Wildlife Refuge, presented by Christopher Reddin (USFWS)
Migratory Ecology of the Lower Colorado River Population of Sandhill Cranes, presented by Blake Grisham (Texas Tech University)
CRTR 2015 Meeting
Lower Colorado River Species Conservation Program, presented by John Swett and Carrie Ronning (LCR MSCP)
Emergence Theory: Using Higher Levels of Analysis in a Search for Clarity in the Lower Colorado River Riparian System, presented by Bert Anderson (Revegetation and Wildlife Management Center)
Overwinter Ecology of the Lower Colorado River Population of Sandhill Cranes, presented by Blake Grisham (Texas Tech University)
Black Rail Range Expansion on the LCR, presented by Joe Kahl (LCR MSCP)
Lower Colorado River Riparian Birds: System Monitoring for Riparian Obligate Avian Species in 2014, presented by Dawn Fletcher (GBBO)
Yellow-billed Cuckoo Surveys on the Rio Grande, presented by Dave Moore & Darrel Ahlers (Reclamation – Denver)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Surveys on the Rio Grande, presented by Dave Moore & Darrel Ahlers (Reclamation – Denver)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Surveys on the LCR, presented by Mary Anne Mcleod and Anne Pellegrini (SWCA)
A Survey of Spring Migration at Lake Havasu with an Emphasis on Waterbirds, presented by David Vander Pluym
Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Population Monitoring on the LCR, presented by Shannon McNeil (SSRS)
Tamarisk Beetle Update, presented by Chris Dodge (LCR MSCP)
Native Restoration on the Rio Grande River, presented by Heidi Trathnigg (Fred Phillips Consulting)
Middle Rio Grande Restoration Project: Overview and lessons learned, presented by Chad McKenna (GSA)
Creation of Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Habitat at the IID Marsh, presented by Carla Schiedlinger & Kelly Bishop (AMEC & IID)
The Vegetation Response to Environmental Flows and Restoration Actions in the Colorado River Delta, presented by Karen Schlatter (Sonoran Institute)
Saltcedar removal to encourage native tree establishment from environmental flows in the Colorado River Delta, presented by Matt Grabau (GSA)
The Laguna Division Conservation Area, presented by Nicholas Schultz (LCR MSCP)
Adaptive Management Tools for Decision Support, presented by Sonja Kokos (LCR MSCP)
Genetics Solutions to Climate Change and Invasive Species in Restoration, presented by Thomas G. Whitham (NAU)
Northern Mexican Gartersnake (Thamnophis eques megalops) in the Bill Williams River, presented by Taylor Cotten (AZG&F)
Ecology and Breeding Habitat of Colorado River Toads, presented by Daniel J Leavitt (AZG&F)
Small Mammal Monitoring of the LCR, presented by Jeff Hill (LCR MSCP)
Eight Years of Bat Capture Surveys at Riparian Restoration Areas, presented by Allen Calvert (LCR MSCP)
2014 Post Development Acoustic Bat Monitoring, presented by Susan Broderick (Reclamation)
Relative Abundance Estimate of Macrotus californicus Occupying an Abandoned House, presented by Jaqueline Leivas and Samantha Gaughan (ASU – Lake Havasu City)
Censusing Mine Roosting Bats and Determining their Foraging Ranges, presented by Pat Brown (Brown-Berry Consulting)
System-Wide Acoustic Monitoring of Bat Activity Along the Lower Colorado River, presented by Ronnie Mixan (AZG&F)
CRTR 2014 Meeting
Lower Colorado River Species Conservation Program, presented by Carrie Ronning (LCR MSCP)
LCR MSCP Outreach Activities, presented by Nathan Lenon (LCR MSCP)
Bird use of the Kohen Revegetation Site, presented by Kathleen Blair (USFWS)
MAPS Banding at Restoration Sites on the LCR, presented by Joe Kahl (LCR MSCP)
Conceptual Models for Southwestern Willow Flycatcher and Yellow-billed cuckoo, presented by Sonja Hamilton (LCR MSCP)
System-wide Bird Surveys on the LCR, presented by Amy Leist & Dawn Fletcher (GBBO)
Sand Hill Cranes, presented by Dan Collins (USFWS)
SWFL Monitoring of the LCR and Virgin Rivers, presented by Mary Anne McLeod & Anne Pellegrini (SWCA)
Yellow-billed Cuckoo Surveys on the LCR, presented by Shannon McNeil & Anne Pellegrini (SSRS)
Peregrine Falcon Nesting Range Expansion, presented by Brenda Zaun (USFWS)
Minute 319 Ecological Flood Pulse, presented by Chris Dodge (LCR MSCP)
Minute 319 Monitoring Effort, presented by Karen Schlatter (Sonoran Institute)
Soil Moisture Monitoring at PVER, presented by Matt Grabau (GSA)
Soil Amendment Studies at Beal Restoration Site, presented by Lindsey Hovland (GSA)
Fountain Grass Control on the LCR, presented by Curt Deuser (NPS)
Vegetation Maintenance Requirements and Strategies in Created Wetlands along the LCR, presented by Carla Scheidlinger (AMEC)
Salton Sea Restoration and Renewable Energy Initiative, presented by Bruce Wilcox (IID)
Yuma East Wetlands and Hunter’s Hole Restoration Updates, presented by Heidi Trathnigg (FPC)
Current status of the Flat-tailed Horned Lizard: trends from demographic and occupancy studies in Arizona and California, presented by Dan Leavitt (AZGFD)
Current Distribution and Habitat of the Lowland Leopard Frog and Colorado River Toad, presented by Taylor Cotten (AZGFD)
Developing the Relationship Between Relative and Actual Abundance to Estimate Population Size of the Relict Leopard Frog, presented by Rebeca Rivera and Jef R. Jaeger (UNLV)
Habitat Study of Sigmodon arizonae, presented by Sean Neiswenter (UNLV)
Insect Availability at Restoration Sites, presented by Zan Rubin (UC Berkeley)
Soil Data for Desert Tortoise Occupancy Covariate Monitoring Boulder City Conservation Easement, (BCCE), presented by Doug Merkler & Blake Krecji (USDA-NRCS)
Data Collection - Going Mobile, presented by Michelle Reilly (LCR MSCP)
Conservation Genetics of Macrotus californicus along the LCR, presented by Jeff Hill (UNLV)
Bat Roost Monitoring of Mines, presented by Pat Brown (Brown-Berry Consulting)
System-Wide Acoustic Bat Monitoring of the LCR, presented by Ronnie Mixan (AZGFD)
Bat Roosting Study of Restoration Sites, presented by Joel Diamond (AZGFD)
2013 Post Development Acoustic Bat Monitoring, presented by Susan Broderick (Reclamation)
2013 Bat Mist Netting Surveys at Habitat Creation Sites, presented by Allen Calvert (LCR MSCP)
CRTR 2013 Meeting
Lower Colorado River Species Conservation Program, presented by Theresa Olson (LCR MSCP)
LCR MSCP Restoration Group, by Terry Murphy (LCR MSCP)
Habitat Assessment of the 365-acre Phase 1 Managed Marsh at the Imperial Irrigation District, presented by Carla Scheidlinger, Angie Harbin-Ireland, and Clayton Kraft (AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.)
Groundwater and Soil Salinity Monitoring Network in Support of Long-term Irrigation and Salt Management of MSCP Restoration Areas, presented by Matt Grabau (GSA)
Soil Moisture Monitoring of LCR MSCP Restoration Sites , presented by Matt Grabau (GSA)
Vegetation Classification Mapping Along the LCR, presented by Dianne Bangle (LCR MSCP)
Assessment of Riparian Restoration Potential on the Lower Gila River, presented by Monisha Banerjee (GSA)
Laguna Division Conservation Area, Project Update for the Colorado River Terrestrial and Riparian Meeting, presented by Nick Schultz (LCR MSCP)
Hunter's Hole Restoration Update, presented by Charlie Morgan (Fred Phillips Consulting)
Yuma East Wetlands, presented by Heidi Thrathnigg (Phillips Consulting)
Big Bend Conservation Area, presented by Jason Eckberg (SNWA) and Jed Blake (LCR MSCP)
Native Riparian Species Seeding Demonstration Project in the Colorado River Delta: Results and Conclusions, presented by Karen Schlatter (Sonoran Institute)
Habitat Modeling for Sigmodon arizonae, presented by Sean Neiswenter (UNLV)
Sigmodon Monitoring at Habitat Conservation Areas, presented by Jeff Hill (LCR MSCP)
Climate Change and Birds of the Lower Colorado River, presented by Bert Anderson (Revegetation and Wildlife Management Center)
Vermilion Flycatcher Monitoring on the LCR, presented by Barbara Raulston (LCR MSCP)
Of Owls and Alfalfa: Why are Burrowing Owls Associated with Irrigated Agriculture in the Southwest?, presented by Brittany Oleson
Yellow Billed Cuckoo Surveys on the LCR, presented by John Stanek (SSRS)
The Response of Cuckoos to LCR MSCP Riparian Habitat Creation, presented by Shannon McNeil (Southern Sierra Research Station)
System Wide Avian Monitoring of the LCR, presented by Dawn Fletcher and Amy Leist (GBBO)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Nest Success and the Significance of Brood Parasitism in Southern Utah, presented by Rob Dobbs (UDWR)
Salt Cedar Beetles on the Virgin River and Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Demography, presented by Mary Anne McLeod and Anne Pellegrini (SWCA)
Possible LCR MSCP Restoration on the Virgin River, presented by Chris Dodge and Ashlee Rudolph (LCR MSCP)
Salt Cedar Beetle Monitoring Protocol, presented by Season Martin (Tamarisk Coalition)
Salt Cedar Beetle Monitoring on the Virgin River, presented by Scott O'Meara (Reclamation)
Nutrients in Spiders and Insects at an MSCP Restoration Site, presented by Bill Wiesenborn (LCR MSCP)
Update on Monitoring and Management of the Relict Leopard Frog, presented by Rebeca Rivera (UNLV), Jef Jaeger (School of Life Sciences, UNLV), Ross Haley (NPS, Lake Mead National Recreation Area), and Jon Soberg (Nevada Department of Wildlife)
Lowland Leopard Frog and Colorado River Toad Distribution and Habitat Use on the Bill Williams River, presented by Taylor Cotten (AZGFD)
Bat Monitoring Using Mist-Netting at Habitat Creation Areas, presented by Allen Calvert (LCR MSCP)
Post Development Monitoring of Habitat Conservation Areas for Bats using Acoustic Monitoring, presented by Susan Broderick (Reclamation)
Red and Yellow Bat Roosting Characteristics, presented by Joel M. Diamondi (AZGFD)
Long Term Acoustic Monitoring of MSCP Bat Species, presented byRonnie Mixan (AZGFD)
CRTR 2012 Meeting
First Five Years Implementation LCR MSCP, presented by Theresa Olson (LCR MSCP)
Four Decades of Research on the Lower Colorado River (Paper), by Bert Anderson
Preserving East Wetlands Restoration: A 50-Year Plan for Sustainability, presented by Fred Phillips (Fred Phillips Consulting)
Acquisition of Unprotected Habitat: Desert Tortoise & Flat-tailed Horned Lizard, presented by Jed Blake (LCR MSCP)
Adaptive Management, presented by Sonja Kokos (LCR MSCP)
Southern Willow Flycatcher Demography and Ecology Studies along the LCR, and Salt Cedar Monitoring, presented by Anne Pellegrini and Mary Anne McLeod (SWCA)
Presence of Standing Water as an Indicator of Habitat Quality among Southwestern Willow Flycatchers, presented by Damon Peterson (NAU)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Habitat Use and Interactions with Tamarisk Beetles on the Virgin River, Utah, presented by Rob Dobbs (UDWR)
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Rio Grande, NM, presented by Darrell Ahlers (USBR)
Comparison of SWFL Habitat between Areas Occupied by Tamarisk Beetle and Unoccupied Habitat, presented by Scott O'Meara (USBR)
Landsat 5 and NDVI, presented by Stacey Crowe (USBR)
Tamrarisk Feeding Invertebrates of the Las Vegas Wash, presented by Jason Eckberg (SNWA)
Athel Tree (Tamarix aphylla) Invasion Threat to the Colorado River, presented by Curt Deuser (LMNRA)
Soil Hydrology and Microclimate Conditions in Occupied SWFL and YBCU Habitat, presented by George Ruffner (EcoPlan)
Diets of Willow Flycatchers in Different Desert-Riparian Habitats, presented by Bill Wiesenborn (LCR MSCP)
Bird and Butterfly Recovery at the Yuma East Wetlands, presented by Heidi Trathnigg (Fred Phillips Consulting)
LCR Riparian Bird Inventory and Monitoring: Testing a Double-sampling Method in Difficult Riparian Habitats, presented by Dawn Fletcher and Amy Leist (GBBO)
Bird Monitoring along the Las Vegas Wash, presented by Debbie Van Dooremolen (SNWA)
Status of Marshbirds Binational Monitoring Program in the Cienega de Santa Clara, presented by Osvel Hinojosa-Huerta (Pronatura)
The Importance of Aquatic Birds to Peregrine Falcons within Lake Mead NRA, presented by Joe Barnes
LCR MSCP Yellow-billed Cuckoo (Coccyzus americanus) Monitoring Results, 2011, presented by Shannon McNeill (SSRS)
Yellow-billed Cuckoo Studies on the Middle Rio Grande, NM, presented by Dave Moore (USBR)
Elf Owl (Micrathene whitneyi) Detectability, presented by John Boone (GBBO)
Edaphic and Hydrologic Influences on Floodplain Dynamics as a Method to Understand Ecosystem Functions Relation to Restoration, presented by Doug Merkler (USDA-NRCS)
Groundwater and Soil Salinity Monitoring Network, presented by Matt Grabau (GSA)
Lowland Leopard Frog and Colorado River Toad Distribution, presented by Taylor Cotten (AZGFD)
Genetic Assessment of Mountain Lions in SW Arizona, presented by Ashwin Naidu (U of A)
Post-fire Riparian Community Development on the Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge, presented by Kathleen Blair (BWRNWR)
MSCP Habitat Monitoring; Announcements 2012, presented by Dianne Bangle (LCR MSCP)
Native Riparian Species Seeding Demonstration Project in the Colorado River Delta, presented by Karen Schlatter (Sonoran Institute)
Comparing Bat Capture Surveys across Four Habitat Creation Areas, presented by Allen Calvert (LCR MSCP)
Post Development Bat Monitoring, presented by Susan Broderick (USBR)
Distribution and Roost Site Habitat Requirements of Western Yellow (Lasiurus xanthinus) and Western Red (Lasiurus blossevilli) Bats, presented by Joel Diamond and Ronnie Mixan (AZGFD)
Temporal Distribution of Western Red Bats, Western Yellow Bats, Pale Townsend's Big-eared Bat and California Leaf-nosed Bat as Determined by Acoustic Sampling along the LCR, presented by Joel Diamond and Ronnie Mixan (AZGFD)
Bat Surveys of Mines near Planet Ranch, presented by Pat Brown (Brown Berry Consulting)
CRTR 2011 Meeting
LCR MSCP Overview, presented by Theresa Olson
Yuma East Wetlands, presented by Heidi Thrathnigg
Arthropods of Cibola NWR, presented by Laura Hagenauer
Biomasses of Arthropod Taxa Differentially Increase on Nitrogen-Fertilized Willows and Cottonwoods, presented by Bill Wiesenborn
The Tamarisk Leaf Beetle - Monitoring Efforts in the Colorado River Basin, presented by Rebecca Carlson
Rana onca Monitoring and Management, presented by Jeff Jaeger and Ross Haley
Determining the Distribution of the Lowland Leopard Frog and the Colorado River Toad along the LCR and Its Tributaries, presented by Vincent Frary
Spatial Trends in Vegetation Communities, Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, presented by Kari Coy
Exotic Plants of the Colorado River, presented by Curt Deuser
Tamarisk and Biological Control: Evaluating the Interactions and Preparing for Restoration, presented by Steven Ostoja
Comparing Bat Capture Surveys Between the Bill Williams River and Habitat Creation Areas, presented by Allen Calvert
Designing Habitat for Sigmodon arizonae: A Management Strategy?, presented by S. A. Neiswenter
Genetic Assessment of Mountain Lions in SW Arizona, presented by Ashwin Naidu
Large and Small Mammal Surveys along the Las Vegas Wash, presented by Jason R. Eckbert and Marissa E. Foster
Habitat Monitoring Along the Lower Colorado River - 2010 Progress, presented by Dianne Bangle, Alyson Eddite, and Melissa Fontenot
Habitat Monitoring Along the Lower Colorado River - 2010 Progress, presented by Dianne Bangle, Alyson Eddite, and Melissa Fontenot
Riparian Restoration Update 2011, presented by Gail Iglitz
Las Vegas Wash Revegetation Program 2000-2010, presented by Jason R. Eckberg
Beal Lake Conservation Area on the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, presented by Ashlee Rudolph
Planting, Water Management, and Maintenance of the 365-acre Phase 1 Managed Marsh at the Imperial Irrigation District, presented by Carla Scheidlinger
Hart Mine Marsh Restoration, presented by Gregg Garnett, Mike Oldham, and Andrew Hautzinger
Seeding Project at Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, presented by Matt Grabau
Cibola Restoration, presented by Gregory Treber
Laguna Division Conservation Area, presented by Nicole Bolton and Bill Singleton
Designing a Conservation Strategy for the California Leaf-Nosed Bat: A Genetic Approach, presented by JR Hill and SA Neiswenter
Roost Surveys and Monitoring for Lower Colorado River Bat Species, presented by Patricia E. Brown
Habitat Use by Bats along the Lower Colorado River, presented by Beatriz Vizcarra and C. L. Chambers
Distribution and Roost Site Habitat Requirements of Western Yellow and Western Red Bats, presented by Joel M. Diamond
Habitat Use of LCR MSCP Bat Species at Riparian Restoration Areas, presented by Susan Broderick
Measuring Habitat Improvement Along the Las Vegas Wash Using Bat Dietary Analysis, presented by Jason R. Eckberg and Marissa E. Foster
Elf Owl Detectability, presented by John D. Boone
Nevada Comprehensive Bird Conservation Plan, presented by Elizabeth Ammon, Jen Ballard, John Boone, Shawn Espinosa, Larry Neel, Ralph Phenix, and Jock Young
Yellow-Billed Cuckoos on the Lower Colorado River, 2010 Field Season, presented by Murrelet Halterman, Shannon McNeil, John Stanek, and Diane Tracy
Yellow-Billed Cuckoo and Apache Cicada Relationships on the LCR, presented by John Stanek, Shannon McNeil, Diane Tracy, and Murrelet Halterman
Spatial Analysis of Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Distribution and Vegetation Coverage Along the LCR, presented by Jennifer A. Holmes, Matthew J. Johnson, and James R. Hatten
Developing a Spatial Model of Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Breeding Habitat, presented by James R. Hatten, Matthew J. Johnson, and Jennifer A. Holmes
Lower Colorado River Riparian Birds Three-Year Summary 2008-2010, presented by Amy Leist and Elisabeth Ammon
Soil Hydrology Conditions in Occupied SWFL and YBCU Habitat, presented by Tricia Balluff
Brood Parasitism and Nest Predation of Southwestern Willow Flycatchers along the LCR and Tributaries, presented by Tad C. Theimer, Katie J. Stumpf, Damon Peterson, Eric R. Hough, Mary Anne McLeod, and Thomas J. Koronkiewicz
Avian and Small Mammal Community Responses to Flooding on the Bill Williams River, presented by Kathleen Blair
Movement Patterns and Genetic Analyses Reveal Different Patterns of Population Structuring of Southwestern Willow Flycatchers, presented by Katie Stumpf, Tad Theimer, Mary Anne McLeod, and Tom Koronokiewicz
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Demography and Ecology Studies along the LCR and Tributaries 2010, presented by SWCA
CRTR 2010 Meeting
Bird Monitoring in the Colorado Delta 2010, presented by Alex Calvo
Three Years of Intensive Mist-Netting at Riparian Restoration Sites along the Lower Colorado River, presented by Allen Calvert
Exciting Updates in the World of Bats on the LCR, presented by Allen Calvert
Imperial Ponds Fish Project, Presented by Andi Montony
Monitoring Bats of the Lower Colorado River, presented by Beatriz Vizcarra
Long-term Inventory and Monitoring on the Bill Williams River NWR, presented by Kathleen Blair
Mammals of the Las Vegas Wash, presented by Marissa Foster
Roost Surveys and Monitoring for LCR Bats, presented by Pat Brown
Insight on the Biogeography of the Lower Colorado River from the Population Genetics of Sigmodon, presented by Sean Neiswenter
Determining Space Use and Population Demographics of the California Leaf-nosed Bat (Macrotus californicus): A Population Genetics Approach, presented by Sean Neiswenter
Developing a Public Web Map for the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, presented by Stacey Crowe
Post Development Bat Monitoring - 2009 Highlights, presented by Susan Broderick
LCR MSCP Implementation, presented by Theresa Olson
Lower Colorado River Riparian Birds 2009, presented by Amy Liest
Ecological Flows on the Bill Williams River: A Sustainable Rivers Project, presented by Andy Hautzinger
MacNeill's Sootywing Established in Cibola Valley Restoration, presented by Bill Weisenborn
Three Decades of Vegetation Change in the Newberry Mountains, presented by Chris Roberts
Marsh Bird Research on Imperial NWR and the Lower Colorado River: Adaptive Management in Practice, presented by Chris Nadeau
Distribution and Site Selection of Le Conte’s and Crissal Thrashers in the Mojave Desert, presented by Dawn Fletcher
Monitoring Threecorner Milkvetch and Sticky Buckwheat in Clark County, presented by Dianne Bangle
Multiple Species Conservation Program Future Post-development Vegetation Monitoring - Lower Colorado River, presented by Dianne Bangle
2009 Marshbird Surveys along the Lower Colorado River, presented by Joe Kahl
Riparian Bird Survey, Sampling Plan, Estimation Methods, Power Analysis, presented by Jon Bart
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Demography and Ecology Studies along the Lower Colorado River and Tributaries - 2009, presented by Nicole Bolton and Bill Singleton
Research Update at Palo Verde Ecological Reserve, presented by JR Hill and SA Neiswenter
Real and Artificial Nest Predation Along the LCR, presented by Patricia E. Brown
Marsh Bird Monitoring along Las Vegas Wash, Clark County, Nevada, presented by Debbie Van Dooremolen
Distribution of Tamarisk Leaf Beetle - Colorado Plateau 2009, presented by Christopher Dodge
Apache Cicada - A Locally Abundant Bird Fare, presented by Susan Broderick
Developing a Spatial Model of Yellow-billed Cuckoo Breeding Habitat, presented by James Hatten and Matthew Johnson
Desert Tortoise & Flat-tailed Horned Lizard Habitat Acquisition, presented by Jed Blake
Surveys of Yellowbilled Cuckoo on the Lower Colorado River, 2009 Field Season, presented by Murrelet Halterman
Yellow-billed Cuckoo Telemetry at LCR Restoration Sites, 2009, presented by Shannon McNeil
Flat-tailed Horned Lizard Monitoring in the Yuma Desert, presented by Vincent Frary
CRTR 2009 Meeting
Post Development Bat Monitoring - 2008 Results, presented by Susan Broderick
Inventory and Temporal Variation of Aquatic Birds Using Lakes Mead and Mohave, presented by Joe Barnes
Monitoring Bats on the Lower Colorado River, presented by Bea Vizcarra
Roost Surveys and Monitoring for LCR Bats, Presented by Pat Brown
Elf Owl Surveys in the LCR MSCP Planning Area, presented by Beth Sabin
Survey and Habitat Requirements for MacNeill’s Sootywing, presented by Bill Wiesenborn
Restoration of Managed Marsh Units to Benefit California Black Rails and Other Marsh Birds: An Adaptive Management Approach, presented by Barbara Raulston
Surveys of Yellow-billed Cuckoo on the Lower Colorado River, 2008 Field Season, presented by Murrelet Halterman
Backwater Site Assessments and Conceptual Habitat Planning, presented by Nathan Lennon
Backwater Site Selection Process, presented by Caireen Ulepic
Avian Surveys on the Lower Colorado River - 2008, presented by Amy Leist
Conservation Genetics of Disjunct Populations of Cotton Rats (Sigmodon) along the Lower Colorado River, presented by Sean Neiswenter
Arizona Statewide Bird Surveys - 2008, presented by Edwin Juarez
The Effects of Restoration on Wildlife Community Recovery, presented by Fred Phillips
Real and Artificial Nest Predation at Four Sites Along the LCR, presented by Tad Theimer
Migratory Connectivity of Willow Flycatcher Subspecies, presented by Eben Paxton
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Demography and Ecology Studies along the Lower Colorado River and Tributaries - 2008, presented by SWCA
Saltcedar Wildlife Habitat on the Lower Colorado River: Misconceptions and Implications of Biocontrol, presented by Theresa Olson
CRTR 2008 Meeting
Beal-USFWS and Ahakhav-CRIT Riparian Restoration, presented by Beth Sabin
Cibola Valley Conservation Area Monitoring, presented by Theresa Olson
Current Knowledge on the Phylogeography of Relict and Lowland Leopard Frogs, presented by V. Hemmings
Design of Landbird Surveys, Presented by Jonathan Bart
Effects of Abiotic Factors on Insect Populations in Riparian Restoration, presented by Bill Wiesenborn
Habitat Monitoring, presented by Theresa Olson
Imperial Ponds Conservation Area Habitat Creation and Monitoring, presented by Nathan Lenon
Program Implementation - Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, presented by Barbara Raulston
LCR MSCP Program Goals and Preliminary Design for Restoration of Hart Mine Marsh, presented by Greg Garnet
Palo Verde Ecological Reserve (PVER), presented by Gail Iglitz
Post-Restoration Bat Monitoring: 2007 Acoustic Surveys, presented by Allen Calvert
Preliminary Results and Future Activities for a Capture Effort of Bats at Habitat Creation Sites along the LCR, presented by Allen Calvert
Restoration Group, 2008, presented by Terry Murphy
Sexual Dimorphism in Yellow-billed Cuckoos, presented by Dr. Lewis Oring
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Demography and Ecology Studies along the Lower Colorado River and Tributaries, 2003–2007, presented by Theresa Olson
Status and Conservation of the Relict Leopard Frog, Rana onca, presented by Dana Drake
Sub-species of the Arizona Cotton Rat, presented by Joe Kahl
System-wide and Restoration Monitoring of Riparian Birds: Lessons from the Truckee River, presented by Elizabeth M. Ammon
System-wide Bat Monitoring, presented by Bea Vizcarra
The Importance of Genetic Diversity in Riparian Restoration, presented by Sharon Ferrier
Winter Banding Results from the Lower Colorado River, 2002-2007, presented by Chris Dodge
Yellow-billed Cuckoo Distribution and Habitat Use, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, 2007 Results, presented by Matthew Johnson
CRTR 2007 Meeting
Birds, Water, and Saltcedar: Strategies for Riparian Restoration in the Colorado River Delta, presented by Theresa Olson
Cibola Valley Conservation Area: Terrestrial and Vegetation Pre-and Post Restoration Monitoring, presented by Allen Calvert
Effects of Vegetation Structure and Microclimate on Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Nest Predation, presented by Dr. Thad Theimer
Monitoring Potential Off-Highway Vehicle Impacts on Sonoran Desert Wash-Woodland Communities, Presented by Chris McCreedy
Monitoring Protocol for Lower Colorado River Bat Speicies, presented by Bea Vizcarra
Population Trends of the Yuma Clapper Rail in the Colorado River Delta, presented by PRONATURA
Post Development Bat Monitoring, presented by Theresa Olson
Program Implementation: Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, presented by John Swett
Sonoran Joint Venture Binational Bird Conservation, presented by Robert Mesta
Sticky Buckwheat and Threecorner Milkvetch - Lake Mead National Recreation, presented by Dianne Bangle
Work Task D6 - System Monitoring for Riparian Obligate Avian Species, presented by Jonathan Bart
Yellow-billed Cuckoos on the San Pedro RNCA: Population Trends, Testing the Standard Survey Method, Nest Monitoring, and More, presented by Murrelet Halterman
Yellow-billed Cuckoo Research along the Lower Colorado River, 2006, presented by Matthew Johnson

Updated October 17, 2018