- Species Diversity
We are assessing the state ranks (SRank) for various species to include in the upcoming State Wildlife Action Plan. Listed below is a list of birds where we could use additional information. Please feel free to submit your entire dataset if it includes multiple species beyond this list.
Submit your data here, https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/species/observations/import (login required)
If you have incidental and/or one-time survey data yet to be compiled into a spreadsheet, you also have the option of populating our MS Excel template which includes our core database values. Click here to download a spreadsheet with bulit-in drop-down lists. Click here to download a copy of the same spreadsheet, but without the built-in drop-down lists.
|Common Name||Sci Name||SRank|
|Pygmy Nuthatch||Sitta pygmaea||S1|
|Pinyon Jay||Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus||S1|
|White-winged Crossbill||Loxia leucoptera||S1|
|Scott's Oriole||Icterus parisorum||S1B|
|Forster's Tern||Sterna forsteri||S1B|
|Great Egret||Ardea alba||S1B|
|Virginia's Warbler||Vermivora virginiae||S1B|
|Common Tern||Sterna hirundo||S1B|
|Black Swift||Cypseloides niger||S1B|
|Northern Mockingbird||Mimus polyglottos||S1B|
|Upland Sandpiper||Bartramia longicauda||S1B|
|Harlequin Duck||Histrionicus histrionicus||S1B|
|Blue Grosbeak||Guiraca caerulea||S1B|
|Black Tern||Chlidonias niger||S1B|
|Common Loon||Gavia immer||S1B,S2N|
|Trumpeter Swan||Cygnus buccinator||S1B,S2N|
|Bohemian Waxwing||Bombycilla garrulus||S1B,S3N|
|Eurasian Wigeon||Anas penelope||S1N|
|Juniper Titmouse||Baeolophus ridgwayi||S2|
|Boreal Owl||Aegolius funereus||S2|
|White-headed Woodpecker||Picoides albolarvatus||S2|
|Three-toed Woodpecker||Picoides dorsalis||S2|
|Black-throated Sparrow||Amphispiza bilineata||S2B|
|Long-billed Curlew||Numenius americanus||S2B|
|Cattle Egret||Bubulcus ibis||S2B|
|Yellow-billed Cuckoo||Coccyzus americanus||S2B|
|Lesser Goldfinch||Carduelis psaltria||S2B|
|Grasshopper Sparrow||Ammodramus savannarum||S2B|
|Red-necked Grebe||Podiceps grisegena||S2B|
|Lark Bunting||Calamospiza melanocorys||S2B|
|Hooded Merganser||Lophodytes cucullatus||S2B,S3N|
|Black-backed Woodpecker||Picoides arcticus||S3|
|Northern Saw-whet Owl||Aegolius acadicus||S3|
|Northern Pygmy-Owl||Glaucidium gnoma||S3|
|Loggerhead Shrike||Lanius ludovicianus||S3|
|Northern Goshawk||Accipiter gentilis||S3|
|Great Gray Owl||Strix nebulosa||S3|
|Black Rosy-finch||Leucosticte atrata||S3|
|Lesser Scaup||Aythya affinis||S3|
|Swainson's Hawk||Buteo swainsoni||S3B|
|Wilson's Phalarope||Phalaropus tricolor||S3B|
|Flammulated Owl||Otus flammeolus||S3B|
|Sage Thrasher||Oreoscoptes montanus||S3B|
|Gray Flycatcher||Empidonax wrightii||S3B|
|Gray-crowned Rosy-finch||Leucosticte tephrocotis||S4B,S3N|
|Species currently not ranked|
|Pacific-slope Flycatcher||Empidonax difficilis|
|White-tailed Ptarmigan||Lagopus leucura||SNA|
|American Golden-Plover||Pluvialis dominica||SNA|
|Snowy Plover||Charadrius alexandrinus||SNA|
|Broad-winged Hawk||Buteo platypterus||SNA|
|American Oystercatcher||Haematopus palliatus||SNA|
|Yellow Rail||Coturnicops noveboracensis||SNA|
|Horned Grebe||Podiceps auritus||SNA|
|Green Heron||Butorides virescens||SNA|
|White-throated Sparrow||Zonotrichia albicollis||SNA|
|Golden-crowned Sparrow||Zonotrichia atricapilla||SNA|
|Brown Thrasher||Toxostoma rufum||SNA|
|Clay-colored Sparrow||Spizella pallida||SNA|
|Swamp Sparrow||Melospiza georgiana||SNA|
|Curve-billed Thrasher||Toxostoma curvirostre||SNA|
|Hoary Redpoll||Carduelis hornemanni||SNA|
|Ancient Murrelet||Synthliboramphus antiquus||SNA|
|McCown's Longspur||Calcarius mccownii||SNA|
|Anna's Hummingbird||Calypte anna||SNR|
Posted by idfg-aschmidt at 10/07/2013 in
Need to update a path in your ArcMap project to reflect the new location? Here's how...
There are several methods for updating data sources using arcpy.mapping, check out this help topic from ESRI. The example listed below is just one of several methods.
Attach the following python code to a script in the toolbox of the mxd you wish to update. This will allow you to update the directory the data layer is referencing, but will NOT allow you to change the data layer source name itself. To change the data layer source name use the 'replaceDataSource' method instead.
mapdoc = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument("CURRENT")
mapdoc.findAndReplaceWorkspacePaths("<the directory you are changing from>" , "<the directory you are changing to>")
TIPS / Notes:
--You could get fancy and set the 'directory you are changing from' and the 'directory you are changing to' to input arguments. Then, the script could be used for resetting any project.
--If you don't know the directories your data are referencing you can insert print lyr.dataSource. This will return a list of data sources used in the mxd.
--If you know you have broken links in your mxd, here's how to get a list printed to the python shell window.
mapdoc = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument("CURRENT")
brokenlist = arcpy.mapping.ListBrokenDataSources(mapdoc)
for lyr in brokenlist:
Posted by idfg-aschmidt at 09/19/2013 in
New in 10.1!
Tired of scrolling through all the possible projections when you only use about 3 or 4 of them? In ArcGIS 10.1 you can now save commonly used projections as a ‘favorite’.
Next time you are specifing a projection for a dataset you can mark the projection as a 'favorite' by simply clicking the 'star icon' in the top right corner of the dialog box.
Next time you need to specify that projection, simply look for it within the 'favorites' section.
Posted by idfg-aschmidt at 12/13/2012 in
Here's a couple general tips and tricks when using a webmap created using ArcGIS Viewer for Flex
- The more you utilize the map data viewer, the refresh and drawing time will decrease. Your computer’s web browser will cache some of the data so next time you draw that area it should perform quicker.
- Zoom into an area of interest before you check the data layers for display.
- Only choose 4 or 5 data layers to display at any one time. Displaying all the layers at once will tend to slow down the refresh time.
- Pressing F5 will zoom to the original extent as when initially opened and refresh all the layers.
Posted by idfg-aschmidt at 05/02/2012 in
Here's how to clear a cache for Internet Explorer - 9
On the toolbar, click TOOLS - F12 Developer Tools.
A separate menubar will appear. Click on CACHE-CLEAR
The cache will be cleared, now Reboot/Restart your computer
NOTE: If the 'F12 Developer Tools is not activated you will need to activate it by adding a registry file to your device. Click here to install the registry file. This should take less than a minute.
Posted by idfg-aschmidt at 05/01/2012 in
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