Desert Conservation Program

Desert Conservation Program


History of MSHCP Timeline BEYOND 20 years

The Desert Conservation Program implements actions to ensure survivability of covered species in the wild. These actions include research, acquisition of sensitive habitats, habitat restoration, public information and education, the Wild Desert Tortoise Assistance Line and installation and maintenance of fencing along roadways to reduce tortoise mortality.
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Tortoise_01Attention All Construction Personnel!
If you see a wild desert tortoise on a construction site, please call the Wild Desert Tortoise Assistance Line at 702-593-9027. The tortoise will be picked up, free of charge.

Construction Site Training
Please contact DCP if you would like to schedule a desert tortoise training session for your construction staff. We will explain what do to if you find a wild desert tortoise on your construction site. Training will be provided free of charge. Please contact DCP at 702-455-3536.


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