Recovery strategies for the California clapper rail (Rallus longirostris obsoletus) in the heavily urbanized San Francisco estuarine ecosystem

@inproceedings{Foin1997RecoverySF,
  title={Recovery strategies for the California clapper rail (Rallus longirostris obsoletus) in the heavily urbanized San Francisco estuarine ecosystem},
  author={Theodore C. Jr. Foin and Ernesto Garcia and Robert Earl Gill and Steven D. Culberson and Joshua N. Collins},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract The California clapper rail ( Rallus longirostris obsoletus ), a Federal- and State-listed endangered marsh bird, has a geographic range restricted to one of the most heavily-urbanized estuaries in the world. The rail population has long been in a state of decline, although the exact contribution of each of the many contributing causes remains unclear. The rail is one of the key targets of emerging plans to conserve and restore tidal marshlands. Reduction of tidal marsh habitat… CONTINUE READING

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