||Text of BMP
||Buffer breeding habitat
||"Although adequate buffer distances are unknown, because of the tendency for brooding females and nesting yearling females to avoid gas field ...
||"Therefore, sound muffling devices or other techniques of sound reduction on noisy gas field structures within 5 km of a lek could reduce the ...
||"Ensuring that potential corvid food sources (i.e., trash, road-killed carrion) are removed from the gas field and installing perching deterrents ...
||"I recommend intact sagebrush-dominated habitats be protected and managed for suitable understory conditions."
||Protect habitat near lek
||"At a minimum, all areas within 5 km (Holloran and Anderson 2005) of known leks meeting the breeding habitat shrub requirements outlined by the ...
||"Reducing overall traffic volumes (i.e., offsite condensate collection facilities, car-pooling) and isolating traffic disturbance (i.e., restricting ...
||Traffic timing restrictions
||"Additionally, enforcement of daily travel timing restrictions could further dampen road effects."
||Well density limits
||"Maintaining well densities of 1 well per 283 ha (approximately 1 well per section) within 3 km of a lek could reduce the negative consequences of ...