California Partners In Flight Species Range Maps and Habitat Maps: Current Wildlife Habitat Relation Map (WHR) provided courtesy of California Department of Fish and Game WHR and California Interagency Task Group. To advise of suggested changes to current range contact: Monica Parisi ( Address comments regarding historic range, current monitoring sites, or to contribute data, contact Grant Ballard ( Note: these maps are not comprehensive and are not intended for use as definitive range maps. Please read disclaimer.

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