SWAMP - Additional California Websites
- Emerging Aquatic Nuisance Species in California and the Pacific Southwest Region
- US Forest Service Pacific Northwest Division Invasive Species Website
- Department of Fish and Wildlife's Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan
- Delta Region Areawide Aquatic Weed Project: Welcome - Delta Region Areawide Aquatic Weed Project (ucanr.edu)
- (CDFA) California Noxious Weeds - 2016 List: California Noxious Weeds (invasive.org)
- (CDFA) Encycloweedia - CA Noxious Weeds Data Sheets (June 2021 CDFA Weed Pest Ratings): CDFA Weed Pest Ratings (ca.gov)
- CA Invasive Plant Council (IPC) – Inventory of Invasive Plants
- CA Invasive Plant Council (IPC) – Preventing the Spread of Invasive Plants: BMPLandManager.pdf (cal-ipc.org)
- Mapping invasive plant populations is critical for strategic management and monitoring. It is also essential for effective early detection. Knowing where a plant currently grows is the foundation for knowing where to survey for new occurrences.
Cal-IPC supports a range of mapping tools for natural resource managers in California, including CalWeedMapper, WHIPPET and Calflora (described below). These tools work together. Data submitted to the Calflora occurrence database provide a foundation for CalWeedMapper (for setting regional priorities) and WHIPPET (for setting population-level priorities). We encourage land managers to submit their management records once a year, and early-detection observations immediately.
- Invasive Species List and Scorecards for CA: Invasive Species List and Scorecards for California (cal-invasives.net)
Reducing the Introduction and Distribution of Aquatic Non- Native Invasive Species through Outreach, an educational program for the San Francisco Bay-Delta system.
- Non-Native Reptiles and Amphibians Established In California
This is a list of non-native reptiles and amphibians which have been introduced into California through the actions of humans. These species have established self-sustained breeding populations. Most of them have arrived recently, spread by humans either intentionally or accidentally. In some cases these established populations may prove to be only temporary and they will eventually die out.
We provide these links for information only. We do not control these sites nor accept any responsibility for the content or links contained on these sites.