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Wildlife Survey Zones: Santa Clara County, California, 2015

This polygon shapefile depicts wildlife survey zones in the County of Santa Clara, California, as designated by the Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency Habitat Plan. This layer includes wildlife survey zones for the following species: Western Burrowing Owl, Bay Checkerspot Butterfly, San Joaquin Kit Fox, Least Bells Vireo and Tricolored Blackbird. A wildlife survey is a completed search for an individual or group of species carried out at a location and over a period of time. This layer is maintained by the Santa Clara County Planning Office TeamGIS on behalf of the Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency. This layer is part of a collection of GIS data for Santa Clara County, California.The Santa Clara County Planning Office is part of the Department of Planning and Development. Their primary function is to plan and regulate land use and development within the unincorporated portions of Santa Clara County. Other responsibilities include policy analysis, GIS services, research and technical assistance relating to land use, housing, environmental protection, historic preservation and demographics. The Geographic Information Services Department has taken on all those activities related to GIS data and GIS process and procedures that cross organizational boundaries. Santa Clara County encompasses 15 cities and approximately 1.7 million people. This coverage can be used for basic applications such as viewing, querying, and map output production, or to provide a basemap to support graphical overlays and analyses of geospatial data.
Santa Clara County (Calif.). Planning Office
Santa Clara County (Calif.)
Wildlife conservation, Zoological surveys, Burrowing owl, San Joaquin kit fox, Bell vireo, Tricolored blackbird, Biology and Ecology, and Environment
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