Find USFWS properties available for query.
character string scalar or vector (i.e., multiple entries allowed) with
which to search and return valid USFWS identifiers (i.e., ORGNAMEs) for species
occurrence queries. Default ('NULL') returns all available National Wildlife Refuges,
but other property types are available (see
character string scalar or vector of types of USFWS properties to search.
Default is to search for National Wildlife Refuges only (
integer indicating which USFWS Region(s) to search ( https://www.fws.gov/where); valid values range from 1 to 8
data.frame of organizational names (ORGNAME) of USFWS properties
meeting the search criteria and their associate USFWS region. This output can be
passed directly to
fws_occ as the
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## Not run: # Get all National Wildlife Refuges all_refs <- find_fws() # Search for refuges using a partial name match ml <- find_fws("longleaf") # Search for refuges matching multiple strings multi <- find_fws(c("longleaf", "romain")) # Regular expressions also work multi <- find_fws("longl|romain") # Search for all refuges beginning with "T" ts <- find_fws("^t") # Return all southeast (region 4) refuges r4 <- find_fws(region = 4) # Return all mountain-prairie (region 6) refuges and waterfowl production areas r6 <- find_fws(ptype = c("NWR", "WPA"), region = 6) # All refuges # Issues a warning due to duplicate organizational names nwr <- find_fws() ## End(Not run)
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