The Mosley Creek study area is located in the west central interior of British Columbia west of Tatlayoko Lake. The study was undertaken to assess habitat for mule deer and to provide an ecological framework for enhancing and maintaining available forage and cover. In particular, potential for increasing snowbrush and saskatoon, both important mule deer winter browse, was determined. This study can also be used to assess the habitat of other animal species. This report and accompanying map describes Ecoregions, Biogeoclimatic Units and Habitat Units for mule deer. Soils and vegetation data were collected in June 1987.
Lea, E.C., Kowall, R.C.. 1990. Biophysical Habitat Units of the Mosley Creek Study Area: Expanded Legend and Interpretations. Ministry of Environment. Wildlife Working Report. WR45