|Course Title||Endangered Species Recovery Planning and Implementation
|Description||TUITION FEES: The Cost To Learner displayed in the Course Details is an approximate amount. Please refer to the 'Class Cost to Learner' displayed in the Class Details for the specific class session you wish to attend. NCTC Standard Tuition fees are scheduled to change beginning October 1, 2012. Additional information is available at the NCTC website.
Note: Tuition is not applicable to FWS, BLM and NPS employees
Instruction covers the technical, policy, and practical aspects of recovery planning and implementation for threatened and endangered species. This course will enhance your ability to plan for and effectively implement conservation actions for listed trust species and their habitats. Topics covered include: statutory framework, purpose and steps of recovery plan development, how and why to involve stakeholders, working with recovery teams and partners, policies and guidance relevant to recovery, the relationship of recovery to all parts of the Endangered Species Act, 5-year reviews, the application of conservation tools such as decision analysis and adaptive management to recovery efforts, recognizing recovery and preparing for delisting, and monitoring. Case studies and exercises are included to reinforce lecture sessions.
After attending this session, students should be able to:
• Discuss the statutory requirements and administrative policies relevant to recovery;
• Identify various means to involve stakeholders and attributes of effective recovery teams;
• Think critically about population viability of the species;
• Conduct a systematic threats assessment;
• Discuss the role of a recovery plan in effective implementation of recovery actions;
• Identify and employ techniques for successful management of individual recovery projects;
• Discuss how recovery overlaps with other agency programs (e.g., Section 7, Fisheries, Refuges);
• Conduct and prepare 5-year reviews
• Navigate the various databases for tracking recovery implementation and species status;and
• Describe the process for delisting recovered species
Biologists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service who are responsible for writing and/or implementing a recovery plan for species listed as endangered or threatened under the Endangered Species Act. This course is appropriate for someone who is new to the recovery program, those who have been drafting plans and/or implementing actions for a few years, and those who have not been actively involved in the program for a few years.
|Delivery Method||Instructor Led
|Primary Contact||BRENDA HOOPER; Phone: (304) 876-7449; Email: email@example.com;
|Secondary Contact||FRANK MUTH; Phone: 304.876.7471; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org;
|Extracted from DOI LEARN on||3/9/2014 4:02:03 AM