Western Ecological Research Center

Maps

Maps facilitate the integration of data and science, and are used to display important natural resource information to managers. Below is a list of WERC's available maps, which are related to our publications and projects.

Re-establishing Waterbird Breeding Colonies in San Francisco Bay

Re-establishing Waterbird Breeding Colonies in San Francisco Bay

This story map details how partners are using ​science and management to maintain and establish new ​bird ​nesting colonies in support of the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project.

Story Map

Waterfowl Ecology in Suisun Marsh and the Pacific Flyway

Waterfowl Ecology in Suisun Marsh and the Pacific Flyway

This story map details how WERC ecologists and partners are studying the many different aspects of waterfowl ecology in Suisun Marsh and the Pacific Flyway.

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Date published: January 10, 2018

Telemetry of Cinnamon Teal Tagged in Idaho

Scientists at WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted Cinnamon Teal with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: January 10, 2018

Telemetry of Cinnamon Teal Tagged in the Central Valley

Scientists at WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted Cinnamon Teal with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: January 10, 2018

Telemetry of Cinnamon Teal Tagged in Colorado

Scientists at WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted Cinnamon Teal with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: October 30, 2017

Telemetry of Shoveler along the Pacific Flyway

Scientists at  WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted several different species of waterfowl with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: October 30, 2017

Telemetry of Wigeon along the Pacific Flyway

Scientists at  WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted several different species of waterfowl with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks. 

Date published: October 30, 2017

Telemetry of Canvasback along the Pacific Flyway

Scientists at  WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted several different species of waterfowl with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks. 

Date published: October 30, 2017

Telemetry of Gadwall along the Pacific Flyway

Scientists at  WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted several different species of waterfowl with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: October 30, 2017

Telemetry of Mallard along the Pacific Flyway

Scientists at  WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted several different species of waterfowl with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: October 30, 2017

Telemetry of Pintail along the Pacific Flyway

Scientists at  WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted several different species of waterfowl with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: October 30, 2017

Telemetry of Waterfowl along the Pacific Flyway

Scientists at  WERC's Dixon Field station have fitted several different species of waterfowl with GPS backpacks. Using R, the telemetry locations are displayed on an image every two weeks.

Date published: October 30, 2017

Movement Maps for Suisun Marsh Waterfowl and Waterbird Studies

Suisun Marsh is a critical habitat for wintering and breeding waterbirds in California. USGS is working with the California DWR to examine the trends in bird decline and to assess the habitat factors driving long-term survival of waterfowl, rails, and other birds in this important area.

Date published: July 20, 2017

Map of USGS WERC Locations

WERC headquarters, field stations, and sub-stations strategically located in or near California and Nevada bioregions, form the core of the WERC science program.