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Endangered Species Bulletin

Endangered Species Bulletin One of the most frequently asked questions we bear is, “What can I do for endangered species?” This question has many answers, most of which involve minimizing the impacts of our daily activities on the environment. One thing we always advise is to “get your feet wet.” Get out and learn more […]

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Whooping Crane Recovery Update

Whooping Crane Recovery Update – Brief Article Ben Ikenson In 1941, a group of just 15 whooping cranes took wing across the Central Flyway, a migratory route that stretches from the prairie provinces of Canada to the Gulf Coast of Texas. It was the same migratory route their ancestors had followed for countless seasons. These […]

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Box score

Box score Listings and Recovery Plans as of December 31, 2003 ENDANGERED THREATENED GROUP U.S. FOREIGN U.S. FOREIGN MAMMALS 65 251 9 17 BIRDS 78 175 14 6 REPTILES 14 64 22 15 AMPHIBIANS 12 8 9 1 FISHES 71 11 43 0 SNAILS 21 1 11 0 CLAMS 62 2 8 0 CRUSTACEANS 18 […]

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Region Five

Region Five Lisa Arroyo Swamp Pink (Helonias bullata) The FWS New Jersey Field Office contracted a biological consultant to initiate a pilot program that involved contacting 10 private landowners whose property contained populations of the swamp pink, a threatened wildflower. In cooperation with the FWS, the biological consultant also developed a habitat protection agreement that […]