Deadman Creek Conservation Bank
Project TypeConservation Bank
LocationCalifornia | Merced County
SolutionSpecies Habitat Mitigation
SpeciesCalifornia tiger salamander, San Joaquin kit fox, Vernal pool fairy shrimp, Vernal pool tadpole shrimp
The 714-acre Deadman Creek Conservation Bank in Merced County consists of wetlands (vernal pool and swale habitat) and 639.24 acres of upland habitat (annual grassland), totaling 683.9 acres.
The Bank was approved by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to provide California tiger salamander, San Joaquin kit fox, and vernal pool species preservation mitigation. The service area for California tiger salamander is the Central Valley California tiger salamander subpopulation, which spans San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Merced counties. The San Joaquin kit fox service area encompasses the eastern side of the San Joaquin Valley. The vernal pool service area is the San Joaquin Valley Vernal Pool Region.
Available Credit Types
Download service area maps and KMZ files below:
- California tiger salamander | KMZ
- San Joaquin kit fox | KMZ
- Vernal pool fairy & tadpole shrimp preservation | KMZ