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Tag Archives: USFWS
It ain’t much better than the last one. Check out the press release for the 2016 State of the Birds Report to see the gains and losses in conservation, and consider options for the future. (Complete and well-organized overview here.) … Continue reading
Interesting article below from Hannah Robbins writing for The Wildlife Society Multibriefs. The USFWS has proposed listing African lion for protection under the Endangered Species Act. The article describes how the Act provides protection for more than 600 species that … Continue reading
And so do I . . . Groups Oppose First-ever Plan to Allow Killing of Eagles at Wyoming Wind Facility (Washington, D.C., February 12, 2014) American Bird Conservancy (ABC) and Biodiversity Conservation Alliance (BCA), voiced opposition to a federal plan … Continue reading
Newsletter from the Playa Lakes Joint Venture. Learn why you should purchase a Duck Stamp, every year.
Contact: Laury Parramore, 703/358-2541, email@example.comAlicia F. King, 571/214-3117, firstname.lastname@example.org *2013 Duck Breeding Population Estimates Released* *Duck populations are still strong, and pond numbers are up*Duck populations are strong, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service*2013 Report on Trends in … Continue reading
Range-wide Conservation Plan for the Lesser Prairie-Chicken (LPC) Opportunities to Learn About and Review Initial Draft Conservation Plan The Lesser Prairie-Chicken (LPC) Interstate Working Group of the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) is developing a range-wide conservation … Continue reading
Stories include the bust of a narwhal smuggling ring and the recent development of illegal trade in snow leopard pelts – not good. January NewBrief.