The habitat assessment of the Rattlesnake Butte 3 restoration study encompasses 173 acres (70 ha) and evaluates 20 polygons. This report discusses baseline conditions prior to any restoration activity. Baseline condition consists of three different habitat types that can describe the site, and they are Westside Oak and Dry Douglas-fir Forest and Woodlands, ponds, and Westside Grasslands. The number of fish and wildlife species that are potentially associated with the project is 191. The existing baseline conditions assessment shows a total of 2,271 habitat units for the project area.
Please see the following link (below) for the CHAP Ecological Assessment of the Baseline Conditions and Restoration Conditions: Final Report.