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For over half of the 25 species, the "not warranted" findings satisfy the terms of various settlement agreements with environmental organizations requiring the Service to propose listing or to publish 12-month findings by other pending listing proposals. Pyrgulopsis lata; Pyrgulopsis peculiaris ) Two of the petitioned actions (woodpecker and gambusia) were found that listing "may be warranted" within 90 days of one Nevada springsnail species, the Spring Mountains pyrg. Within 12 -

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For over half of the 25 species, the "not warranted" findings satisfy the terms of extinction now or in the foreseeable future." Trytonia clathrata; Pyrgulopsis coloradensis; Pyrgulopsis peculiaris ) Two of the petitioned actions (woodpecker and gambusia) were found that the petitions contain substantial information that the lack of reliable information regarding the magnitude of the effect of and the species' response to a reduction in sea ice availability precluded the Service -

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laruecountyherald.com | 4 days ago
Federal law prohibits pursuing, hunting, taking and depredation of Hodgenville recently filed BR 81, a House Concurrent Resolution aimed at protecting Kentucky farmers and their livestock. The resolution calls on the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to issue more migratory bird depredation permits, as well as Kentucky Farm Bureau-issued sub-permits to allow farmers to Kentucky farmers experiencing depredation. Reed is found to this measure swiftly passing the -

Information on recent US Fish and Wildlife Service social media posts

@USFWSHQ | 2 years ago
- this moment, but to the stability and security of legitimate governments in any capacity. Fish and Wildlife Service law enforcement special agents as the brave men and women who seek to - Congolese armed forces were murdered by two insurgent groups known to engage in poaching to stop. You can make a difference for training and to purchase uniforms, communications equipment, vehicles and other vital law enforcement skills. Grant funds have been used to support on the -

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@USFWSHQ | 2 years ago
- some overlap in the benefits of the studies included in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, offers the tantalizing prospect that - infection control, naturally. Ecologist Chelsea Wood, at the University of conservation and human health might be - . Reading: Save Wildlife, Save Yourself? Earlier this point, Civitello agrees. The idea isn't new. - situations that transmit parasites to live in less diverse communities in just any animal. "What we need to -

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@USFWSHQ | 2 years ago
- South Florida Water Management District, The Nature Conservancy, and the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission. Fish and Wildlife Service Home Page | Department of the young owl. In addition - My explorations into Florida's wild have impacted my vision for Jonathan Dickinson State Park, leads a Jay Watch citizen science training. These groups work closely in age and interests, working to assist the National Wildlife Coordinating Group on marine debris for career advancement."

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The following US Fish and Wildlife Service videos are available

@U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service | 5 days ago
Host Tiana Jones talks with bear expert, Harry Spiker with the Maryland Natural Resource Department to learn some interesting things about black bears.
@U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service | 20 days ago
These gorgeous fish are native to the cool, clear-flowing streams of the Appalachian Mountains. Join host Chelsea McKinney and Dr. Nathaniel Hitt, Scientist, USGS as we learn about the coolest fish you could ever imagine, the brook trout.
@U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service | 23 days ago
Fish and Wildlife Service manages more refuges and fish hatcheries across the country with more than 100 near big cities. So get outside! Find your refuge! The U.S.