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Action IDAction CodeTypeSubTypeTitleSpecies Common NameSpecies Scientific NameDPSMid-Level GroupPopulationPopulation IDStatusPriorityPriority Plan SpecificEntityEntity Acronym Source TypeSourceSource DetailsDescription ProposedDescription ActualLocation DescriptionLocation SummarySub-BasinSub-Basin IDWatershedWatershed IDSub-WatershedSub-Watershed IDPointLongitudeLatitudeRecovery StrategyObjectiveListing Factor LetterListing FactorVSP ParameterEcological ConcernEcological Concern Sub-CategoryLimiting FactorThreatMajor Spawning AreaMinor Spawning AreaCommentsStart date proposedEnd date proposedDuration proposedStart date actualEnd date actualFunding SourceAmount FundedFunding Secured TotalCost IntervalCost Interval 1Cost Interval 2Cost Interval 3Cost Interval 4Cost Interval 5Cost Interval 6Cost CommentsCost Estimate TotalCost Actual TotalDate ModifiedDuration actual
1045217.2.3-7, 7.2.13-7, 7.2.13-9Research/Monitoring/Evaluation, Water Quality/QuantityEvaluation, Instream Flow, Sediment/Land Use, TemperatureCollect information about the effects of new pond development on stream flow and water quality. Curtail threats from temperature pollutants via a moratorium on new pond development.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Idaho Department of Water Resources, National Marine Fisheries Service, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, United States Forest ServiceIDEQ, IDFG, IDWR, NMFS, SWCDs, USFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 275, 276, 287, 288.Collect information about the effects of new pond development on stream flow and water quality. Identify next steps to address these issues. Curtail threats from temperature pollutants via a moratorium on new pond development. Aesthetic, irrigation, and stock ponds.-Sawtooth Valley, Salmon River4 Sub-basin(s)Lower Salmon, Middle Salmon-Chamberlain, Middle Salmon-Panther, Upper Salmon17060201, 17060203, 17060207, 17060209-------7.2.3 Improve sockeye salmon passage to natal lakes. 7.2.13 Maintain unimpaired water quality and improve degraded water quality as needed.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure--Degraded water quality, elevated temperature, altered sediment routing, impaired fish passagePond development, irrigation diversions, land use practices, residential/agricultural pollutants--Life stage(s) affected: spawning, incubation, juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near to mid-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045227.2.13-8Habitat Restoration/Management, Water Quality/QuantityRiparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Sediment/Land UseImplement the Stanley Lake Recreation Complex Reconstruction.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--United States Forest ServiceUSFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 288.Implement the Stanley Lake Recreation Complex Reconstruction: construct new upland campground loop, remove Stanley Inlet campground/boat launch, construct sustainable shoreline trail system, configure dispersed recreation.NEPA planning complete. Sustainable habitat restoration a core objective of project. Near-term to leverage current NEPA decision and funding opportunities. Listed in prerequisite order.Stanley Lake1 Sub-watershed(s)----Stanley Lake Creek170602010105---7.2.13 Maintain unimpaired water quality and improve degraded water quality as needed.---Abundance, Productivity--Potential loss/degradation of high quality incubation, spawning and rearing habitatHabitat degrading facilities, potential habitat degrading land uses--Life stage(s) affected: spawning, incubation, early juvenile, outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045237.2.14-1Habitat Restoration/ManagementConservation, Instream/ChannelProtect and enhance tributary habitat leading from natal lakes to the Salmon River in the Sawtooth Valley.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--United States Forest ServiceUSFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 288. Appendix A, pg. 425.Protect and enhance tributary habitat leading from natal lakes to the Salmon River in the Sawtooth Valley.-Salmon River (upper), Stanley Lake Creek (mouth upstream to Stanley Lake), Redfish Lake Creek (mouth upstream to Redfish Lake), Yellow Belly Lake Creek (mouth upstream to Yellow Belly Lake), Pettit Lake Creek (mouth upstream to Pettit Lake), Alturas Lake Creek (mouth upstream to Alturas Lake)4 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower Alturas Lake Creek, Lower Redfish Lake Creek, Lower Valley Creek, Stanley Lake Creek170602010105, 170602010106, 170602010302, 170602010407---7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Abundance--Potential loss/degradation of high quality habitatsPotential habitat degrading land use practices--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045247.2.14-2Habitat Restoration/ManagementConservation, Forest/Upland, Instream/Channel, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandProtect and enhance watershed habitat to promote natural processes and watershed function.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--United States Forest ServiceUSFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 288. Appendix A, pg. 425.Protect and enhance watershed habitat to promote natural processes and watershed function.-Snake River (mouth upstream to Salmon River confulence), Salmon River7 Sub-basin(s)Lower Salmon, Lower Snake, Lower Snake-Asotin, Lower Snake-Tucannon, Middle Salmon-Chamberlain, Middle Salmon-Panther, Upper Salmon17060103, 17060107, 17060110, 17060201, 17060203, 17060207, 17060209-------7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Abundance, Spatial Structure--Potential loss/degradation of high quality habitatsPotential habitat degrading land use practices--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045257.2.14-3OtherCoordination/FundingImplement existing agreements on Federal lands in the Sawtooth Valley and Salmon River watersheds.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--United States Forest ServiceUSFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 288, 289. Appendix A, pg. 425.Implement existing agreements on Federal lands in the Sawtooth Valley and Salmon River watersheds.-Salmon River (upper) and tributaries, Sawtooth Valley1 Sub-basin(s)Upper Salmon17060201-------7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Abundance, Spatial Structure--Potential loss/degradation of high quality habitatsPotential habitat degrading land use practices--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1------Baseline.--08/03/2017-
1045267.2.14-4Research/Monitoring/Evaluation, Water Quality/QuantityInstream Flow, Monitoring, Sediment/Land Use, TemperatureImprove water quantity and the quality of juvenile and adult migration corridor habitats and monitor improvements. sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--United States Forest ServiceUSFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 289. Appendix A, pg. 425, 426.Improve water quantity and the quality of juvenile and adult migration corridor habitats and monitor improvements. -Snake River (mouth upstream to Salmon River confluence), Salmon River7 Sub-basin(s)Lower Salmon, Lower Snake, Lower Snake-Asotin, Lower Snake-Tucannon, Middle Salmon-Chamberlain, Middle Salmon-Panther, Upper Salmon17060103, 17060107, 17060110, 17060201, 17060203, 17060207, 17060209-------7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Abundance, Spatial Structure--Altered hydrology, elevated water temperature, reduced stream flowPotential habitat degrading land use practices--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045277.2.3-5, 7.2.14-5, 7.2.14-6Fish Passage/Exclusion, Research/Monitoring/EvaluationMonitoring, Other Fish Passage/ExclusionInvestigate passage survival and mortality factors during migration between Lower Granite Dam and the natal lakes. Monitor juvenile and adult survival in the Salmon River.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDOngoing--Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, National Marine Fisheries ServiceIDEQ, IDFG, NMFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 275, 289. Appendix A, pg. 414, 426.Investigate passage survival and mortality factors during migration between Lower Granite Dam and the natal lakes. Monitor juvenile and adult survival in the Salmon River. Investigate the relatively high losses of juvenile and adult sockeye salmon in the Salmon River and identify ways to reduce these losses.-Snake River (Lower Granite Dam upstream to Salmon River confluence), Salmon River66 Sub-watershed(s)----Allison Creek-Salmon River, Asotin Dam-Snake River, Bear Basin Creek-Salmon River, Bear Creek-Salmon River, Berg Creek-Salmon River, Big Bear Creek-Salmon River, Big Casino Creek-Salmon River, Big Sheepeater Creek-Salmon River, Billy Creek-Salmon River, Boulder Creek-Salmon River, Bradbury Creek-Salmon River, Bradshaw Creek-Salmon River, Bull Creek-Salmon River, Cabin Creek-Salmon River, Cache Creek-Snake River, Carey Creek-Salmon River, Cleveland Creek-Salmon River, Colson Creek-Salmon River, Corn Creek-Salmon River, Corral Creek-Snake River, Cove Creek-Salmon River, Cow Creek-Salmon River, Dillinger Creek-Salmon River, Dry Creek-Snake River, Dump Creek-Salmon River, East Boulder Creek-Salmon River, Fenster Creek-Salmon River, Fiddle Creek-Salmon River, Fisher Creek-Salmon River, Fisher Gulch-Snake River, French Creek-Salmon River, Hammer Creek-Salmon River, Hell Roaring Creek-Salmon River, Henry Creek-Salmon River, Hot Springs-Salmon River, Indian Creek-Salmon River, Jersey Creek-Salmon River, Jim Creek-Snake River, Kelly Creek-Salmon River, Leaton Gulch-Salmon River, Lemhi Creek, Little Squaw Creek-Salmon River, Lower Alturas Lake Creek, Lower Redfish Lake Creek, Lower Valley Creek, Malm Creek-Salmon River, McKinzie Creek-Salmon River, Peach Creek-Salmon River, Pennal Gulch-Salmon River, Perreau Creek-Salmon River, Rattlesnake Creek-Salmon River, Redbird Creek-Snake River, Richardson Creek-Salmon River, Rough Creek-Salmon River, Sherwin Creek-Salmon River, Sotin Creek-Salmon River, Spring Gulch-Salmon River, Stanley Lake Creek, Sullivan Creek-Salmon River, Telcher Creek-Salmon River, Trout Creek-Salmon River, Wagonhammer Creek-Salmon River, Wallace Creek-Salmon River, Wapshila Creek-Salmon River, Wawawai Canyon-Snake River, Yakawawa Canyon-Snake River170601030103, 170601030104, 170601030105, 170601030303, 170601030305, 170601030307, 170601070201, 170601070203, 170601070205, 170602010105, 170602010106, 170602010302, 170602010403, 170602010405, 170602010407, 170602010408, 170602010601, 170602010603, 170602010902, 170602010904, 170602010906, 170602011401, 170602011402, 170602011404, 170602011801, 170602011803, 170602011805, 170602030104, 170602030203, 170602030304, 170602030305, 170602030403, 170602030404, 170602030504, 170602030507, 170602030701, 170602030705, 170602030802, 170602030804, 170602031302, 170602031303, 170602070202, 170602070203, 170602070206, 170602070502, 170602070503, 170602070504, 170602070701, 170602070703, 170602070704, 170602070707, 170602071101, 170602071103, 170602071105, 170602071107, 170602090203, 170602090206, 170602090402, 170602090403, 170602090405, 170602090501, 170602090504, 170602090802, 170602090901, 170602090905, 170602091004---7.2.3 Improve sockeye salmon passage to natal lakes. 7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Abundance, Diversity, Spatial Structure--Altered hydrology, elevated water temperature, reduced stream flow, impaired fish passage, impaired water quality, predationPotential habitat degrading land use practices, irrigation diversions and land use practices--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1949000-----To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045287.2.14-8Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowImprove instream flows in Stanley Lake Creek below SLC1 diversion through increased efficiencies, alternative sources, and/or conservation tools.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Custer County, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Idaho Department of Water Resources, National Marine Fisheries Service, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, United States Forest Service-, IDFG, IDWR, NMFS, USFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 290.Improve instream flows in Stanley Lake Creek below SLC1 diversion through increased efficiencies, alternative sources, and/or conservation tools.-Stanley Lake Creek (from SLC1 diversion downstream to mouth)1 Sub-watershed(s)----Stanley Lake Creek170602010105---7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Diversity, Spatial Structure--Impaired fish passage and water qualityIrrigation diversions and land use practices--Life stage(s) affected: adult returns, juvenile outmigrants. Timing: mid-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045297.2.14-9Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowInvestigate options to establish minimum stream flow in the Salmon River above confluence with Alturas Lake Creek (aka Busterback reach). Protect the substantial flow returned to the Salmon River currently from future appropriation.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, Idaho Department of Water Resources, Idaho Water Resource Board, United States Forest ServiceIDEQ, IDWR, IWRB, USFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 290.Investigate options to establish minimum stream flow in the Salmon River above confluence with Alturas Lake Creek (aka Busterback reach). Protect the substantial flow returned to the Salmon River currently from future appropriation.-Salmon River (Busterback reach = Alturas Lake Creek confluence upstream to headwaters)1 Watershed(s)--Pole Creek-Salmon River1706020102-----7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Abundance, Diversity, Spatial Structure--Reduced population structure and distributionIrrigation diversions and land use practices--Life stage(s) affected: adult returns, juvenile outmigrants. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045307.2.14-10Habitat Restoration/ManagementConservation, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandAcquire land or easement protections on parcels with river/stream frontage (development risks).sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Bonneville Power Administration, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, United States Forest Service, non-governmental organizations-, BPA, IDFG, NGOs, SWCDs, USFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 290.Acquire land or easement protections on parcels with river/stream frontage (development risks). Acquisitions are often time sensitive.-Salmon River (from East Fork Salmon River confluence upstream to headwaters)9 Watershed(s)--Alturas Lake Creek, Basin Creek-Salmon River, Pole Creek-Salmon River, Redfish Lake Creek-Salmon River, Slate Creek-Salmon River, Squaw Creek, Valley Creek, Warm Springs Creek, Yankee Fork1706020101, 1706020102, 1706020103, 1706020104, 1706020105, 1706020106, 1706020107, 1706020108, 1706020109-----7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.---Abundance--Degraded water quality, altered sediment routingResidential/agricultural development, irrigation, livestock grazing, roadways--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: all terms.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045317.2.14-11Habitat Restoration/ManagementConservation, Forest/Upland, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandControl the infestation and spread of invasive plant species to protect healthy watersheds.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--United States Forest ServiceUSFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 290, 291.Control the infestation and spread of invasive plant species to protect healthy watersheds. Weed management. Funds would facilitate monitoring and treatment. Treatments would comply with 2012 Sawtooth NF programmatic BA requirement.-Lands that drain into the Salmon River (from East Fork Salmon River confluence upstream to headwaters)9 Watershed(s)--Alturas Lake Creek, Basin Creek-Salmon River, Pole Creek-Salmon River, Redfish Lake Creek-Salmon River, Slate Creek-Salmon River, Squaw Creek, Valley Creek, Warm Springs Creek, Yankee Fork1706020101, 1706020102, 1706020103, 1706020104, 1706020105, 1706020106, 1706020107, 1706020108, 1706020109-----7.2.14 Investigate and improve conditions in Salmon River and tributaries to support increased survival of migrating Snake River sockeye salmon.------Degraded water quality, altered sediment routingHabitat degrading facilities, potential habitat degrading land uses--Life stage(s) affected: spawning, incubation, early juveniles. Timing: near-term. 10/01/2013-------1------$20,000/year--08/03/2017-
1045327.2.1-4, 7.2.15-1Fish Passage/ExclusionOther Fish Passage/ExclusionCollect returning spawners at Lower Granite Dam to reduce exposure to elevated temperatures in the mainstem Salmon River during late July and August.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Fish and Game, National Marine Fisheries Service, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes-, IDFG, NMFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 270, 291. Appendix A, pg. 409, 426, 427.Collect returning spawners at Lower Granite Dam to reduce exposure to elevated temperatures in the mainstem Salmon River during late July and August.Conditions under which trapping would occur at various locations, including Lower Granite Dam, are currently being developed.Lower Granite Dam----------7.2.1 Conserve population genetic and life history diversity and spatial structure. 7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Diversity--Reduced abundance, reduced migration survivalReduced abundance, upstream mortality--Life stage(s) affected: adult returns. Timing: mid-term.10/01/2013-------1---------08/03/2017-
1045337.2.15-2Other, Research/Monitoring/EvaluationMonitoring, OtherImplement whirling disease monitoring and control program.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Idaho State Department of Agriculture, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest ServiceIDFG, ISDA, USFS, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 291. Appendix A, pg. 427.Implement whirling disease monitoring and control program.Whirling disease has been detected.Sawtooth Valley, Salmon River (upper)1 Sub-basin(s)Upper Salmon17060201-------7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Productivity--DiseaseReduced Abundance--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile rearing. Timing: mid-term.10/01/2013-------12900029000290002900029000-$29,000/year--08/03/2017-
1045347.2.15-3Habitat Restoration/Management, Research/Monitoring/EvaluationForest/Upland, Instream/Channel, Monitoring, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandImplement invasive species monitoring and control programs.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Idaho State Department of Agriculture, United States Forest ServiceIDFG, ISDA, USFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 291. Appendix A, pg. 427.Implement invasive species monitoring and control programs.New Zealand mud snails have been detected in Salmon River mainstem.Sawtooth Valley, Salmon River (upper)1 Sub-basin(s)Upper Salmon17060201-------7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Productivity--Potential loss/degradation of high quality spawning and incubation habitat, water quality and reduced food sourceHuman activity that may introduce invasive species--Life stage(s) affected: adult spawning, incubation, early juvenile. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------12900029000290002900029000-$29,000/year--08/03/2017-
10457936--Assess if a correlation exists between losses or degradation of foraging or reproduction habitat and changes in CI beluga use of the areas.beluga whaleDelphinapterus leucasWhale beluga (Cook Inlet DPS)--------whale_beluga_ciNot Started2-Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Cook Inletkeeper, Defenders of Wildlife, National Marine Fisheries Service-, ADEC, NMFSNMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Cook Inlet Beluga Whale (Delphinapterus leucas)Pg. VII-13, VI-20Review losses or degradation of habitats in areas known to be important to CI belugas for foraging or reproduction, and assess if a correlation exists between habitat changes and changes in CI beluga use of the area, possibly indicating that habitat loss or degradation is limiting the recovery of CI belugas.-------------Threats management------Habitat loss or degradation--Duration or frequency of action: once every 5 years.10/01/2017-------1850000000--850000-08/28/2017-
1045357.2.15-4Harvest/Predation/CompetitionCompetitionReduce non-native kokanee in Pettit and Stanley Lakes.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes-, IDFGNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 291, 292. Appendix A, pg. 427.Reduce non-native kokanee in Pettit and Stanley Lakes.-Pettit Lake, Stanley Lake2 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower Alturas Lake Creek, Stanley Lake Creek170602010105, 170602010302---7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure--Predation, competition, diseaseFood resource competition--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile. Timing: mid-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045367.2.3-4, 7.2.9-15, 7.2.9-16, 7.2.15-5, 7.2.15-6Harvest/Predation/Competition, Research/Monitoring/EvaluationCompetition, Evaluation, PredationManage lake trout in Stanley Lake to minimize threats to sockeye salmon and prevent lake trout colonization of additional lakes.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Fish and Game, National Marine Fisheries Service, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Stanley Basin Sockeye Technical Oversight Committee, United States Forest Service-, IDFG, NMFS, SBSTOC, USFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 275, 282, 283, 292. Appendix A, pg. 414, 420, 427, 428.Evaluate the effects of lake trout on sockeye salmon. Manage lake trout in Stanley Lake to minimize threats to sockeye salmon; develop and implement an eradication strategy, if appropriate. Prevent lake trout movement and colonization of additional lakes. Develop a program for Stanley Lake to support sockeye salmon recovery based on resolution of lake trout management.Lake trout are present in Stanley Lake. Work is being done to ensure that they do not colonize Redfish Lake, Pettit Lake, Alturas Lake, and Yellow Belly Lake.Stanley Lake1 Sub-watershed(s)----Stanley Lake Creek170602010105---7.2.9 Reestablish natural populations in other natal lakes. 7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure--Predation, competition, disease, reduced population structure and distributionNon-native fish, barrier--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile rearing, juvenile outmigrants, adult returns. Timing: near to mid-term. Technical staff and policy issue.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045377.2.15-7Harvest/Predation/Competition, Research/Monitoring/EvaluationCompetition, Evaluation, PredationEvaluate the effects of cutthroat trout on sockeye salmon.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Fish and GameIDFGNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 292. Appendix A, pg. 428.Evaluate the effects of cutthroat trout on sockeye salmon.-Yellow Belly Lake1 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower Alturas Lake Creek170602010302---7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Productivity--Predation, competition, diseaseResource competition (vs. sympatry)--Life stage(s) affected: juvenile rearing. Timing: mid-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
1045387.2.15-9Fish Passage/ExclusionOther Fish Passage/Exclusion, Weir/TrapIdentify criteria for transitioning to passing selected adults above weirs to migrate naturally, and for opening weirs to allow returns to distribute themselves naturally.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Stanley Basin Sockeye Technical Oversight CommitteeSBSTOCNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 292, 293. Appendix A, pg. 428.Identify criteria for transitioning to passing selected adults above weirs to migrate naturally, and for opening weirs to allow returns to distribute themselves naturally.-Sawtooth Valley weirs3 Watershed(s)--Alturas Lake Creek, Redfish Lake Creek-Salmon River, Valley Creek1706020101, 1706020103, 1706020104-----7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Diversity, Spatial Structure--Impaired fish passage, hatchery-related adverse effectsDisease, impaired habitat connectivity--Life stage(s) affected: adult. Timing: near-term. Technical staff or policy issue.10/01/2013-------1------Not applicable.--08/03/2017-
1045397.2.15-10Fish Passage/Exclusion, Harvest/Predation/CompetitionPredation, Weir/TrapAddress predation at Sawtooth Hatchery weir.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaSnake River Sockeye Salmon ESUSawtooth ValleyRedfish LakeSOSNRsuREDNot Started--Idaho Department of Fish and Game, National Marine Fisheries Service, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes-, IDFG, NMFSNMFS Recovery PlanESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)Table 7-1, pg. 293. Appendix A, pg. 428, 429.Address predation at Sawtooth Hatchery weir.-Sawtooth Hatchery facility----------7.2.15 Monitor and control predation, disease, invasive species and competition.---Abundance, Diversity, Spatial Structure--Predation due to impaired fish passageHatchery management--Life stage(s) affected: adult. Timing: near-term.10/01/2013-------1------To be determined.--08/03/2017-
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