Amended Final Reinitiated Biological and Conference Opinion for the Rosemont Copper Mine, Pima County, Arizona

Document ID: 049435
2016

This document represents the Final Reinitiated Biological Opinion requested from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by the Forest Service by submittal of the Supplemental Biological Assessment on May 25, 2015.  This document provides the USFWS Biological Opinion on the potential incidental take of the following species, as well as destruction or adverse modification of critical habitat: the threatened Chiricahua leopard frog (with critical habitat), the threatened northern Mexican gartersnake (with proposed critical habitat), the endangered desert pupfish, the endangered Gila chub (with critical habitat), the endangered Gila topminnow, the endangered jaguar (with critical habitat), the endangered ocelot, the endangered lesser long-nosed bat, the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher (with critical habitat), the threatened western yellow-billed cuckoo (with proposed critical habitat), the endangered Huachuca water umbel (with critical habitat), and the endangered Pima pineapple cactus.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2016. Amended Final Reinitiated Biological and Conference Opinion for the Rosemont Copper Mine, Pima County, Arizona. April 28.