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Title: This document is contained within the Fire Management Toolbox on Wilderness.net. Since other related resources found in this toolbox may be of interest, you can visit this toolbox by visiting the following URL:


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  • This document is contained within the Fire
    Management Toolbox on Wilderness.net. Since other
    related resources found in this toolbox may be of
    interest, you can visit this toolbox by visiting
    the following URL http//www.wilderness.net/index
    .cfm?fusetoolboxessecfire. All toolboxes are
    products of the Arthur Carhart National
    Wilderness Training Center.

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WILDERNESS FIRE RESOURCE ADVISOR
TRAINING _________________________________________
__________________ Fish and Wildlife
Concerns Vicki Herren, Wildlife Biologist, BLM
NMSO, 505.438.7516
OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this lesson,
participants will
  1. Understand the basics of law and policy for
    protection of fish and wildlife resources in
    wilderness.
  1. Understand the basic effects of fire and fire
    management activities on fish and wildlife.
  1. Have examples of strategies and guidelines for
    protection of fish and wildlife for use in fire
    planning, incident management, and suppression
    activities.

4. Understand the role of the WFRA in protection
of fish and wildlife in fire planning and
incident management.
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Law and policy related to fire management and
fish and wildlife
  • NEPA At multiple levels
  • ESA Biological opinions, informal consultations
    and emergency consultations
  • FLPMA for BLM. For NPS? For USFS? For tribal
    lands?
  • Rest policy from ESR and/or land use plan
  • Policies and Guidelines for Fish and Wildlife
    Management in National Forest and BLM Wilderness
    (IM WO 2007-25, 2/5/07)
  • What else?

4
Potential effects of fire and fire management
activities on fish and wildlife
  • Potential effects from fire suppression
    activities to fish and wildlife
  • Weeds
  • Chemicals
  • Excess water/de-watering
  • What else?
  • Potential effects caused by fire, fire use or
    prescribed fire to fish and wildlife
  • Habitat modification food, water, shelter
  • Crowding into unburned areas
  • Reduction in the number of individuals
  • Changes to the fish and wildlife communities
  • What else?

5
Information, strategies and guidelines for
protection of fish and wildlife for use in fire
planning, incident management, and suppression
activities
  • Fire Management Plan for fish and wildlife
    concerns in Fire Management Units
  • important watersheds/habitats such as big game
    winter range, raptor nests, fish habitats
  • invasive species locations,
  • special status species habitats,
  • Designated Critical Habitats

Map of the administrative unit
Land use plan for resource management objectives
Provide input for WFSA, WFIP, incident
management and IAP, rehab, etc.
RMRS-GTR-42, Vol 1 Wildland Fire in Ecosystems
Effects of Fire on Fauna
What else?
6
Pre-planning and off-season preparation for the
WRA role for fish and wildlife concerns.
  • Information to gather
  • Land management plan review the NEPA impacts
    analysis
  • Fire management plan review for updated policy,
    guidance or information
  • Biological Opinions - Review the terms and
    conditions
  • Maps of fish and wildlife habitats
  • Wildland Fire in Ecosystems Effects of Fire on
    Fauna RMRS-GTR-42, Vol 1
  • What else?
  • Contacts needed
  • Agency Administrator
  • Wildlife biologist
  • Fish biologist
  • Hydrologist
  • Botanist
  • Who else?
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