Saturday, July 21, 2012

Endandered Species Act Today

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Farmington officials worry about road erosion while feds concerned about salmon
The Whittier Road project could violate the Endangered Species Act, which is causing the wildlife service to move cautiously before approving the project. Zicari said the process is complicated but necessary to ensure the preservation of the species.
State, tribe break ground on new sockeye hatchery
Sockeye were the first species of Snake River anadromous fish to be protected by the Endangered Species Act. They were listed in 1993 following the return of just one fish, a male dubbed Lonesome Larry in 1992. No fish made the 900-mile journey up the ...
Livestock industry backs the Catastrophic Wildfire Prevention Act
Other requirements include ensuring that Endangered Species Act restrictions do not interfere with fuel reduction projects. “Last year in Arizona alone, major fires impacted 100 ranching families and displaced about 18000 head of cattle, burning more than 1 ...
Pelicans in Need of Care
Brown Pelicans were an endangered species, but their populations have recovered due to protection received from the Endangered Species Act. As successful breeding continues, large numbers of the fledgling pelicans are coming into wildlife rescue ...
Conservation group wants Endangered Species Act protection for ...
Earlier this month the Center for Biological Diversity filed a petition to receive Endangered Species Act protection for rare amphibians and reptiles. The goal of ...
Endangered Species Program | News | Bulletins |
The Amargosa toad was first petitioned for listing under the Endangered Species Act in 1994 due to threats which included invasive species, habitat loss, ...

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