Long-Term Pika Monitoring

White River National Forest Resources
for Trained Pika Patrollers

WRNF Resources

2021 Updates and Waivers

If you didn’t send us your signed waiver in 2020, you MUST do so in 2021 to participate in the CPP.

If you didn’t send us your signed COVID acknowledgement in 2020, you MUST do so in 2021 to participate in the CPP.

If you’re a minor and you didn’t send us your signed waiver in 2020, you MUST do so in 2021 to participate in the CPP.

Data Collection

A single page of reminders and tips to make sure your visit to the pika site goes well!

Site Sign-Up and Tracking

Sign up and record your visit to a WRNF site in 2021

Compare the different pika monitoring sites to find one that suits you

Data Submission

Navigation Resources

Downloadable files showing the locations and routes for WRNF sites through Gaia GPS. These still need some updates for 2021 .

Learn how to set up and use Gaia GPS for pika monitoring

See the terrain around each White River pika site in 3D

If you would like to borrow a CPP GPS unit for pika monitoring, you can use this manual to learn about it in detail

If you would like to borrow a CPP GPS unit for pika monitoring, you can use this manual to learn the key points of how to use it

In collaboration with the White River National Forest, FRPP community scientists are gathering important data on the variables that determine the presence of pika in the most visited National Forest in the country.

This page contains important resources for volunteers who have been trained in our Public Lands Protocol to survey for pikas in White River National Forest. To learn how you can join the Pika Patrol in the White River, go here:

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