6 edition of Birds of Cimarron National Grassland found in the catalog.
1996 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in Fort Collins, Colo. (240 W. Prospect Rd., Fort Collins 80526) .
Written in English
|Statement||Ted T. Cable, Scott Seltman, Kevin J. Cook|
|Series||General technical report RM -- GTR-281, General technical report RM -- 281|
|Contributions||Seltman, Scott, Cook, Kevin J, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 108 p.|
|Number of Pages||108|
I first became enthralled with the Cimarron National Grasslands while writing a story about the river that once flowed through them, but it was the allure, and the fleeting, hard-won promise of wild quail that kept me coming back year after year. These are lands borne of heartache, shattered dreams, and environmental disaster.
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(Lehman ). The book you hold is about the birds of Cimarron National Grassland (NG), a federally managed tract of land in a relatively unknown region. Birders coming to Cimarron NG will be rewarded with more than just birds.
The High Plains landscape can powerfully af fect birders who take the binoculars fromCited by: Birds of Cimarron National Grassland (SuDoc A RM-GTR) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ted T. Cable (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ted T.
Cable Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Ted T. Cable. Summary: "Bird records for the Cimarron National Grassland were collected from literature searches and unpublished field notes submitted by cooperators.
Alm bird records were compiled in a data file. Based on these data, the status of each bird species reported to have occurred on the Cimarron National Grassland was established.
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Birds Geographical distribution Kansas Cimarron National Grassland, Bird watching Kansas Cimarron National Grassland Publisher [Fort Collins, Colo.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain, Forest and Range Experiment Station Collection usda-usfsintermountainregion; usdanationalagriculturallibrary; fedlink; americanaPages: Bird records for the Cimarron National Grassland were collected from literature searches and unpublished field notes submitted by cooperators.
Alm bird records were compiled in a data file. Based on these data, the status of each bird species reported to have occurred on the Cimarron National Grassland was Cited by: Directions: The District Office, identified as the Cimarron National Grasslands Range Station, is on U.S.
56 in Elkhart. Stop here (hours: M-F, ) to pick up a map, wildlife checklist, and the self-guided auto tour booklet; or write for the material: (see contact info below) The self-guided auto tour begins 2 miles north of Elkhart on K The present-day Cimarron National Grassland was the territory of the Comanche and other Indian tribes allied to them.
InWilliam Becknell was the first to traverse the Santa Fe Trail by wagon, pioneering the alternate route called the Cimarron cut-off which passed through the National Grassland.
Middle Spring was one of the three reliable sources of good water along Established: United States National Grassland. Cimarron National Grassland near Elkhart, Kansas. Theacre Cimarron National Grassland in southwestern Kansas is one of twenty National Grasslands administered by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's Forest Service. It is the largest area of public land in Kansas and the only parcel managed by the Forest Service. Rocks Ranch became Cimarron National Grassland in It is the largest tract of public land in Kansas.
Cimarron National Grassland is now a mixed-grass and shortgrass prairie. Riparian plant communities occur along Birds of Cimarron National Grassland book Cimarron River., and graze the land. This section of Kansas is at the heart of a major bird migration route.
tion to the National Grasslands as impor tant habitats for studying and conserving bird populations has greatly increased. The Role of Bird Conservation on National Grasslands Recently, organizations such as the Na tional Audubon Society, the Nature Con servancy, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the U.s.
Fish and WildlifeAuthor: Deborah M. Finch. Cimarron National Grassland has been named by the American Birding Association as one of the top places in the United States for birding and has been featured in Birder's World.
This activity brings people from local areas, regionally and throughout the world. At last count, bird species could be found on the Grassland. The USDA Forest Service financially supported the publication of the Birds of the Cimarron National Grassland book.
District Ranger Joe Hartman and Wildlife Biologist Andy Chappell provided information about grassland management, Forest Service policy, and history of the national grasslands. Cimarron National Grasslands takes a special kind of understanding. It is not lush.
It is remote. The wind tends to blow. Summer can be incredibly hot, winter dangerously cold. Dust storms, hailstorms, lightning, tornadoes, and blizzards come and go.
The roads are not /5(20). Historical Weather. Below are weather averages from to according to data gathered from the nearest official weather station. The nearest weather station for both precipitation and temperature measurements is ELKH which is approximately 9 miles away and has an elevation of 3, feet ( feet higher than Cimarron National Grassland).Elkhart, KS: 8 mi.
Get this from a library. Birds of the Cimarron National Grassland: Pike and San Isabel National Forests, Cimarron & Comanche National Grasslands. Cable, T. and S. Seltman. Birds of the Cimarron National Grassland, Second Edition. USDA Forest Service. Gov. Printing Office. Boulder. Kansas, including from along the Cimarron River on the Cimarron National Grassland.
Several studies have found that although saltcedar (Tamarix sp.) is an invasive species native to Asia, its presence does not necessarily have a negative effect on bird populations in North America.
For example, Ellis () conducted year-around surveys in. Cimarron National Grassland Two major trails pass through the Cimarron National Grassland, a region reclaimed by the government after the disastrous Dust Bowl years: the Turkey Trail and the Companion Trail, so named because it runs parallel to or occasionally on the path of the historic Santa Fe trails will be included in the upcoming book and the.
Campground List CAMPGROUND NAME: Cimarron Recreation Area VISIT DATE: 10/11/ UPDATE DATE: 3/28/ STATE: Kansas REGION: Rocky Mountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cimarron NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Elkhart RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: In Elkhart, KS, at the intersection of US Rt.
56 and Morton St., take Rt. 56 east miles to State Rt. Turn. Among the many birding possibilities the book suggests are: a trip to the tallgrass prairie of the Flint Hills where Greater Prairie-chickens and Henslow's Sparrows can be seen; a tour of the Cimarron National Grassland, the best place in the U.S, to see Lesser Prairie-chickens; a tour of Missouri's Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, the 5/5(1).
Cimarron National Grassland, Elkhart, Kansas. likes 14 talking about this were here. Maybe the best bird from our trip to the National Grassland was this Lewis's Woodpecker.
A good bird to see anywhere in Kansas, this species is also great to see around Christmas time due to its green and red colors. of acre of 5/5(2).
For the traveling wingshooter, bobwhite and scaled quail, pheasant, and mourning dove make up the upland game bird population. After hunting scaled quail in the Cimarron Grassland for several years, I have come up with some sound advice and tactics that may be beneficial when chasing these elusive, desert grassland running birds.
The scaled quail has been documented in 12 Kansas counties. However, their stronghold is the Cimarron National Grassland (, acres). Scaled quail offer limited opportunities for bird hunting in Kansas, as locating them in such a vast area is difficult.
Birds of Cimarron National Grassland / By Ted. Cable, J. Kevin Cook, Scott. Seltman and Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins. Topics: Bird watching, Birds, Cimarron National Grassland, Geographical distribution Cited by: The Cimarron has the typical grassland wildlife such as Pronghorn, Prairie dogs, Lesser prairie chickens, Mule deer, Wild turkey, Golden eagle, Swift fox and many species of birds.
However, the grassland's small head of Elk is the "pride of Kansas" and a source of wonder to many grassland visitors. The Cimarron National Grasslands of Kansas, the Comanche National Grasslands of Colorado, the Kiowa National Grasslands of New Mexico and the Rita Blanca National Grasslands of Texas are all situated near one another.
This is significant because the lesser prairie chicken calls large tracts of grassland : Jim Vanek. Comanche National Grassland is a National Grassland located in southeastern Colorado, United is the sister grassland of Cimarron National Grassland and contains both prairie grasslands and is separated into two sections, each operated by a local ranger district, one of which is in Springfield and the other of which is in La grassland is Location: Baca, Otero, and Las Animas counties.
Cimarron National Grassland is a National Grassland located in Morton County, Kansas, United States, with a very small part extending eastward into Stevens on National Grassland is.
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$ 0 bids. National Geographic Field Guide to Birds New Jersey by Mel Baughman (Paperback) $ Great view of the Cimarron grasslands from Point of Rocks. One can see miles and miles. The grassland stretches to the horizon and gives one a rare glimpse of what western Kansas looked like before the plow came.
The Cimarron grasslands are good for hiking; one can just set /5(11). Great deals on Birds Environment, Nature & Earth Paperback Books.
Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast &. Cactus abound in the grasslands. Two guys I hunt with were there the second weekend of season and killed several quail.
Don't knoiw if they limited or not but when I talked to them they had 9 and it was early morning. Cimarron National Grassland. At nearly square miles, Cimarron National Grassland is the largest area of public land in Kansas. It’s an excellent birding destination, with a mix of eastern and western species and, of course, a big emphasis on prairie birds.
The Cimarron Grassland is an amazing part of the Great Plains ecosystem and definitely worth a look when driving through the southwest corner of Kansas. The area is fantastic for bird lovers. New Books. Other Books. Articles Ted T.
Cable. Home. New Books. Other Books Hundreds of millions of people seek out opportunities for enjoyment, learning, and inspiration through visits to our national parks, historic sites, museums, zoos, aquariums, and other tourism destinations. And yet very few are aware of the behind-the-scenes.
The Cimarron National Grassland is a finalist for the 8 Wonders of Kansas because of its early pioneering advancements in conservation, because it contains the longest publicly-owned section of the historic Santa Fe Trail, and because it features three ecosystems (shortgrass prairie, sand-sage prairie, and wooded riparian).
Cimarron National Grassland is the largest tract of public land in Kansas, with overacres of grassy fields and cottonwood groves. The varied terrain types and wild range of plant and animal species make the area a favorite of hikers and wildlife viewers. Once a land inhabited by Native Americans and frequented by merchants headed westward to Santa Fe, the Cimarron National Grassland is now a multi-use land of overacres.
Lured by promises of the Homestead Act, this short grass prairie soon saw thousands of eastern settlers making a home among the Great the s, poor farming.
A book titled "The Birds of Cimarron National Grassland, Second Edition" was published by the USDA Forest Service. The data were analyzed and two journal articles were prepared and submitted. One was published, whereas the other is being revised. Also a poster presentation was given at professional meetings.
Mr. Smith has resided on the edge of the Cimarron National Grasslands for many years. He has taught many famous bird hunting authors (Tom Huggler, Joel Vance and John Taylor to name a few) about the Lesser Prairie Chicken and the Scaled Quail that live on the Kansas prairie.
Among the many birding possibilities the book suggests are: a trip to the tallgrass prairie of the Flint Hills where Greater Prairie-chickens and Henslow's Sparrows can be seen; a tour of the Cimarron National Grassland, the best place in the U.S, to see Lesser Prairie-chickens; a tour of Missouri's Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, the Author: John L.