CalPIF: Live Study Area and Focal Species Range Maps

Welcome to the interactive version of California Partners in Flight's focal species range maps.

If you wish to contribute new data or update data that is currently a part of this database, an online interface to this database is available. Contact us to register if you are a new user.

Follow species links below to view interactive study areas and range maps. Macromedia Flash Player required.

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 (DFG). Address comments regarding historic range, current monitoring sites, or to contribute data, contact: Grant Ballard (PRBO).


California Biodiversity Council, 2000. Davis, F. W., D. M. Stoms, A. D. Hollander, K. A. Thomas, P. A. Stine, D. Odion, M. I. Borchert, J. H. Thorne, M. V. Gray, R. E. Walker, K. Warner, and J. Graae. 1998.

The California Gap Analysis Project--Final Report. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. []

Grinnell, J., and A.H. Miller.1944.The distribution of the birds of California. Pacific Coast Avifauna 27. Cooper Ornithological Club.Berkeley, CA.

Zeiner, D.C., W.F. Laudenslayer, Jr., K.E. Mayer, and M. White, eds. 1988-1990. California’s Wildlife, Volumes I-III.