19th Annual Meeting and Restoration Workshop

The workshop presentations are all pdf files and Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view them. Some files are fairly large so please be patient.

Workshop PowerPoint Presentations

Restoring Riparian Habitats: Removing Exotic Species, Restoring Native Vegetation, and Streambank Stabilization

The Nature of Rivers

General Riparian Vegetation Concepts

Methods for Removing Exotic Plant Species on the Lower Colorado River

Riparian Plant Propagation

Streambank Soil Bioengineering Treatments

More Bioengineering Treatments

Bioengineering Treatments and Rock

Keys to Successful Streambank Soil Bioengineering

Meeting Presentations

Plenary Session

Lower Colorado Multi-Species Conservation Program: An Introduction to the Conservation Plan
Lesley Fitzpatrick, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Management of Wildlife and Habitat on the Lower Colorado River
Barbara Raulston, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Water Allocation and Management in the Lower Basin of the Colorado River
Terry Fulp, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Technical Session

Adaptive Management Program of Wildlife and Their Habitat for the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program
Matthew Voisine

Avian Post Development Monitoring Along the Lower Colorado River using Constant Effort Mist Netting
Laura Beth Sabin, Matthew Voisine, G. Clune, Christopher Dodge, Joe Kahl, A. Miller, J. Swett, and T. Olson

Microclimatic Nest-Site Selection by Southwestern Willow Flycatchers (Empidonax traillii extimus)
Mary Anne McLeod, Tom J. Koronkiewicz, and Bryan T. Brown

Searching for Mexican and Narrow-headed Gartersnakes in Central Arizona – a Discouraging Summer
William P. Burger and Andrew T. Holycross

Workshop Photos

Meeting participants helped with an actual revegetation project and photos were taken during this field portion of the workshop in April and repeated in September.