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Endangered Species Bulletin – Spring 2009, Volume 34, No. 1 Apr 2009

Endangered Species Bulletin – Spring 2009, Volume 34, No. 1

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
Thirty-five Years of the Endangered Species Act
A Recovery Plan Begins to Flower
Silvery Minnows Return to Texas
Recovering a Strange, Elusive Gravedigger
Reintroducing Rare Beetles to Ohio
The Cemetery and the Clover
Groundbreaking Research for the Nihoa Millerbird
Climbing the Learning Curve of Short-tailed Albatross Recovery
Cross-border Conservation in Sonora and Arizona
The Razorback Sucker: Back from the Brink
Stepping Up Recovery for the Houston Toad
Hungry Goats Restore Bog Turtle Habitat
A Challenging Future for the Black-footed Ferret
Black-footed Ferrets Return to Kansas
Two California Butterflies Wing Toward Recovery
The Newell’s Shearwaters of Kilauea ...


Endangered Species Bulletin – Fall 2008, Volume 33, No. 3 Oct 2008

Endangered Species Bulletin – Fall 2008, Volume 33, No. 3

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

Table of Contents:
Family Ties
A Natural Connection: USGS and Endangered Species Research
Recovering Endemic Plants of the Channel Islands
Conserving Bird Communities in the Sagebrush Sea
Ice, Climate Change, and Wildlife Research in Alaska
Bringing Back the Bonytail and the Razorback
The California Clapper Rail and Multispecies Recovery Planning
Tracking Sea Turtles in the Everglades
Hair Samples Shed Light on Grizzly Bears
Understanding Pallid Sturgeon in the Big Muddy
Surveys Reveal Decline of the Palila
How Temperature Affects Juvenile Coho Salmon
Bridging the Information Gap for Mussels
Neosho Madtom: A Small Fish with Complex Problems
Invasive Plants and Pollinator ...


Endangered Species Bulletin – Summer 2008, Volume 33, No. 2 Jul 2008

Endangered Species Bulletin – Summer 2008, Volume 33, No. 2

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

Table of Contents:
Restoring a Vital Partnership
Apache Leader Promotes Tribal Conservation Rights
A Shared Responsibility
Tribal Wildlife Grants
Hoopa Tribe Leads in Fisher Conservation
Restoring Endangered Species on the Pueblo of Santa Ana
Penobscot Indian Nation Aids River Restoration
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
The Fox People Care for a Rabbit
Mill Creek Restoration Project Departments
Partners for Pollinators
Partners for Fish and Wildlife
Focus on Hatcheries
USGS Research News
Children in Nature
Listing Actions


Endangered Species Bulletin, Spring 2008 - Volume 33, No. 1 May 2008

Endangered Species Bulletin, Spring 2008 - Volume 33, No. 1

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 The Global Amphibian Crisis
7 Project Golden Frog
11 Chiricahua Leopard Frog Inches Towards Recovery
15 Giving Leopard Frogs a Head Start
18 Building Conservation Partnerships with Zoos
20 Conserving Missouri’s Hellbenders
22 The Ozark Hellbender: Out from Under a Rock
25 Conserving Columbian Spotted Frogs in Nevada
28 A Leap Forward for the Mountain Yellow-legged Frog
30 Ranchers Restore Amphibian-friendly Ponds
32 Moving Quickly Saves a Breeding Season
34 Evaluating Amphibian Abnormalities on Wildlife Refuges
36 Partners for Fish and Wildlife
38 USGS Research News
40 Children in Nature
43 Rule-making Actions


Endangered Species Bulletin – Summer 2008 Highlights, Volume 33, No. 4 Jan 2008

Endangered Species Bulletin – Summer 2008 Highlights, Volume 33, No. 4

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
The Global Amphibian Crisis
Project Golden Frog
Chiricahua Leopard Frog Inches Towards Recovery
The Ozark Hellbender: Out from Under a Rock
Conserving Columbian Spotted Frogs in Nevada
Ranchers Restore Amphibian-friendly Ponds
Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Restoring a Vital Partnership
Apache Leader Promotes Tribal Conservation Rights
Hoopa Tribe Leads in Fisher Conservation
Restoring Endangered Species on the Pueblo of Santa Ana
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
A Natural Connection: USGS and Endangered Species Research
Recovering Endemic Plants of the Channel Islands
Conserving Bird Communities in the Sagebrush Sea
Ice, Climate Change, and Wildlife Research in Alaska
The California ...


Endangered Species Bulletin: 2007 Highlights Dec 2007

Endangered Species Bulletin: 2007 Highlights

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Measuring Recovery Success
6 Partnerships Can Conserve Species and a Way of Life
8 Rare Bird Nests Are Cause for Celebration
10 Jump Starting a Rabbit’s Recovery
11 Conserving a Natural Utah Treasure
12 New Hope for the Leon Springs Pupfish
14 Sometimes It’s the Little Things That Matter
16 Cooperative Conservation for the Page Springsnail
18 A Rare Plant Returns to San Francisco Bay
20 Fisheries and Habitat Conservation
22 Species Recovery Through Habitat and Resource Conservation
24 Fish and Wildlife Management Assistance
26 Partnerships for Shared Stewardship
28 The Environmental Contaminants Program ...


Endangered Species Bulletin, September 2007 - Vol. Xxxii No. 3 Sep 2007

Endangered Species Bulletin, September 2007 - Vol. Xxxii No. 3

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Measuring Recovery Success
6 Partnerships Can Conserve Species and a Way of Life
8 Rare Bird Nest is Cause for Celebration
10 Jump Starting a Rabbit’s Recovery
11 Conserving a Natural Utah Treasure
12 New Hope for the Leon Springs Pupfish
14 Sometimes It’s the Little Things that Matter
16 Cooperative Conservation for the Page Springsnail
18 A Rare Plant Returns to San Francisco Bay
20 Restoring Whooping Crane Habitat in Texas
22 Contaminants in Unexpected Places
24 Protecting and Restoring Marbled Murrelet Habitat
28 Sturgeon Conservation in the Russian Far East and China ...


5-Year Review: Summary And Evaluation Of Black-Capped Vireo (Vireo Atricapilla) Jun 2007

5-Year Review: Summary And Evaluation Of Black-Capped Vireo (Vireo Atricapilla)

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

Table of Contents:
General Information
Methodology used to complete the review
Reviewers
Background
Review Analysis
Application of the 1996 distinct population segment (DPS) policy
Recovery criteria
Current species status and update information
Biology and Habitat
Threats
Conservation Measures
Synthesis
Results
Recommendations for future actions
References


International Recovery Plan For The Whooping Crane (Grus Americana), Third Revision Mar 2007

International Recovery Plan For The Whooping Crane (Grus Americana), Third Revision

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

The Whooping Crane Recovery Plan (Plan) was prepared under the authorities of the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973, as amended, the Canada Wildlife Act of 1974, and the Canadian Species at Risk Act of 2003. Decision-makers are provided with an orderly set of events that, if carried to successful completion, will change the status of this species from the Endangered to the Threatened level. The Plan describes management and research actions that are underway and proposes additional actions needed to ensure the recovery of the whooping crane. Funding levels and time schedules are estimated, and priorities have ...


Endangered Species Bulletin, March 2007 - Vol. Xxxii No. 2 Mar 2007

Endangered Species Bulletin, March 2007 - Vol. Xxxii No. 2

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Fisheries and Habitat Conservation
6 Species Recovery through Habitat and Resource Conservation
8 Fish and Wildlife Management Assistance
12 The Environmental Contaminants Program
14 Clearing the Water for Mussels
16 The Lake Apopka Agreement
18 Developing Barriers to Biological Invasions
20 Alaskans are “Pulling Together”
22 NFHS Responds to an Emerging Conservation Challenge


Endangered Species Bulletin, February 2007 - Vol. Xxxii No. 1 Feb 2007

Endangered Species Bulletin, February 2007 - Vol. Xxxii No. 1

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 The National Fish Hatchery System
6 A Living Fossil Fights for Survival
10 The Return of a Lake-dwelling Giant
12 Hatcheries are for More Than Fish
14 Apache Trout: Swimming Towards Recovery
16 The Texas Blind Salamander
18 National Fish Hatchery System Facilities
20 The “Running of the Bulls” at Creston NFH
22 Mora NFH&TC Brings Gila Trout Closer to Recovery
24 Mussels Enjoy the Waters of White Sulphur Springs
26 Hatchery Breeds Wyoming’s Rarest Toad
28 The Science Behind Fish Nutrition
30 Mussels on Road to Recovery at Genoa NFH
32 Diet Research ...


Endangered Species Bulletin, November 2006 - Vol. Xxxi No. 3 Nov 2006

Endangered Species Bulletin, November 2006 - Vol. Xxxi No. 3

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 States Working Together for Wildlife
8 Saving Saipan’s White-eye
12 Planning for Wildlife in the Lone Star State
14 Building on a Conservation Legacy
16 Tree Farmers Help Grow the Oregon Conservation Strategy
20 Ospreys and the Michigan Wildlife Action Plan
22 Nevada’s Blueprint for Wildlife Conservation
24 Monitoring Wildlife Action Plans: Minnesota’s Approach
26 Partners For Fish and Wildlife and State Plans
28 Integrating State Wildlife Action Plans and INRMPs
30 Partners for Pollinators
32 Focus on Refuges


Endangered Species Bulletin, November 2006 - Vol. Xxxi No. 3 Nov 2006

Endangered Species Bulletin, November 2006 - Vol. Xxxi No. 3

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 States Working Together for Wildlife
8 Saving Saipan’s White-eye
12 Planning for Wildlife in the Lone Star State
14 Building on a Conservation Legacy
16 Tree Farmers Help Grow the Oregon Conservation Strategy
20 Ospreys and the Michigan Wildlife Action Plan
22 Nevada’s Blueprint for Wildlife Conservation
24 Monitoring Wildlife Action Plans: Minnesota’s Approach
26 Partners For Fish and Wildlife and State Plans
28 Integrating State Wildlife Action Plans and INRMPs
30 Partners for Pollinators
32 Focus on Refuges


Endangered Species Bulletin, July 2006 - Vol. Xxxi No. 2 Jul 2006

Endangered Species Bulletin, July 2006 - Vol. Xxxi No. 2

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Defense and Conservation: Compatible Missions
8 Wildlife Conservation and the U.S. Army
10 Desert Tortoises Get Help From the Marines
12 Eggert’s Sunflower Prospers at Arnold AFB
14 In Defense of Coral Reefs
16 Army’s Hawaiian Plant Propagation Aids Recovery
18 Cooperative Manatee Research in Puerto Rico
20 Army National Guard Discovers a Tough Little Shrimp
22 Partners Save the Sonoran Pronghorn
24 Fort Riley’s Prairie Partnership
26 What’s the Rush at Warren Grove Gunnery Range?
28 Woodpeckers Find a Home at Fort Bragg
31 North Carolina Plant is (Re)discovered ...


Endangered Species Bulletin – March 2006, Volume Xxxi, No. 1. Mar 2006

Endangered Species Bulletin – March 2006, Volume Xxxi, No. 1.

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
Overcoming Challenges to Species Recovery
Multispecies Recovery Planning: Benefits and Challenges Reversing a Textbook Tragedy
The Public Role in Conserving Species
Whooping Crane Population Reaches Record High
Endangered Laysan Ducks Thrive at Midway
Bull Trout "Flip" Over Cabinet Gorge Dam
Ferrets Test Freedom at Vermejo Park Ranch
The Return of the Clams
First, Acquire Knowledge
Habitat is Key for a Diminutive Deer
Captive Propagation and the Key Largo Woodrat
Focus on Refuges


Endangered Species Bulletin: 2006 Highlights Jan 2006

Endangered Species Bulletin: 2006 Highlights

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Overcoming Challenges to Species Recovery
10 Multispecies Recovery Planning: Benefits and Challenges
12 Reversing a Textbook Tragedy
14 The Public Role in Conserving Species
16 Whooping Crane Population Reaches Record High
19 Defense and Conservation: Compatible Missions
22 Wildlife Conservation and the U.S. Army
24 Desert Tortoises Get Help From the Marines
26 Eggert’s Sunflower Prospers at Arnold AFB
28 In Defense of Coral Reefs
30 Army National Guard Discovers a Tough Little Shrimp
32 Compatible Land Use Partnerships
34 States Working Together for Wildlife
38 Saving Saipan’s White-eye
42 Planning for Wildlife ...


Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Determination Of Endangered Status For The Salt Creek Tiger Beetle ( Cicindela Nevadica Lincolniana) Oct 2005

Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Determination Of Endangered Status For The Salt Creek Tiger Beetle ( Cicindela Nevadica Lincolniana)

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), determine endangered status for the Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana), pursuant to the Endangered Species Act (Act) of 1973, as amended (Act). This species is endemic to the saline wetlands of eastern Nebraska (NE) and associated streams in the northern third of Lancaster County and southern margin of Saunders County. Only three small populations of this subspecies remain, and the known adult population size in 2005 was only 153 individuals. This final rule extends Federal protection and recovery provisions of the Act to the Salt Creek tiger beetle.


Endangered Species Bulletin, September 2005 - Vol. Xxx No. 2 Sep 2005

Endangered Species Bulletin, September 2005 - Vol. Xxx No. 2

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 CITES Supports Sustainable Use
8 Fact or Fiction: CITES and the ESA
10 Partnerships for Alligator Recovery and Trade
12 Sustainable Use for Vicuña Conservation
14 The Role of CITES in Orchid Conservation
16 Managing the Trade in Sturgeon and Paddlefish
18 Enforcement Starts with Wildlife Inspectors
20 Room at the Table: Voices of NGOs
22 Species Conservation Under Appendix I
24 Mushrooms and the Future of CITES
26 Focus on Refuges
29 Regional News


Endangered Species Bulletin, August 2005 - Vol. Xxx No. 1 Aug 2005

Endangered Species Bulletin, August 2005 - Vol. Xxx No. 1

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 The Crucians are Coming!
7 How the Scanlans Got their Range Back
10 Banking on Gopher Tortoises
12 Rare Species are Welcome on Arizona Ranch
14 Cactus Comeback in the Caribbean
16 Meet the Beetles!
18 Bull River: A New Wildlife Haven
20 Sneezeweed Conservation Bears Fruit
22 Keeping Family Forests


Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Proposed Endangered Status For The Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela Nevadica Lincolniana) Feb 2005

Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Proposed Endangered Status For The Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela Nevadica Lincolniana)

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), propose to list the Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) as endangered under the authority of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (Act). The Salt Creek tiger beetle, a member of the family Cicindelidae, is endemic to the saline wetlands of eastern Nebraska and associated streams in the northern third of Lancaster County and southern margin of Saunders County in Nebraska, where it is found in barren salt flat and saline stream edge habitats. Of six known populations in 1991, three are now extirpated and the remaining three ...


5-Year Review: Summary And Evaluation Of Pallid Sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus Albus) Jan 2005

5-Year Review: Summary And Evaluation Of Pallid Sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus Albus)

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

General Information
Reviewers
Methodology Used To Complete The Review
Background
Review Analysis
Application Of The 1996 Distinct Population Segment Policy
Recovery Criteria
Updated Information And Current Species Status
Biology And Habitat
Five-Factor Analysis
Synthesis
Results
Recommendations for Future Actions
Data Needed For Next 5-Year Review
References
In Litt. Citations
Personal Communications
Appendix A
Peer Review Method
Peer Review Charge
Peer Review Comments
Response to Peer Review
Appendix B


Endangered Species Bulletin, December 2004 - Vol. Xxix No. 2 Dec 2004

Endangered Species Bulletin, December 2004 - Vol. Xxix No. 2

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 The Prairie Wetlands Learning Center
6 Reaching Out to “Save our Snakes”
8 Eider Journey
10 Slowing the Flow
12 Creative Partners, Creative Solutions
14 Teaching the Children: A Hawaiian Tradition
16 All it Takes is a Little Mussel
18 Bird Watchers Flock to Michigan
20 The Year of the Fish
23 The Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan for Kids
24 The Sewee Earth Stewards
26 This Bird is No Chicken
28 In Our Dreams….
30 Raising Awareness of Sea Turtle Habitat
32 Sea Turtle Trails
33 “Habitat Trunks” Delight Teachers
34 Welcome to Wildlife University
35 ...


Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Final Designation Of Critical Habitat For The Topeka Shiner; Final Rule Jul 2004

Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Final Designation Of Critical Habitat For The Topeka Shiner; Final Rule

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), designate critical habitat for the Topeka shiner (Notropis Topeka) pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (Act). We are designating as critical habitat a total of 83 stream segments, representing 1,356 kilometers (km) (836 miles (mi)) of stream in the States of Iowa, Minnesota, and Nebraska. We exclude from designation all previously proposed critical habitat in the State of Missouri under authority of sections 3(5)(A) and 4(b)(2) of the Act, and in the States of Kansas and South Dakota under authority of section ...


Higgins Eye Pearlymussel (Lampsilis Higginsii) Recovery Plan: First Revision May 2004

Higgins Eye Pearlymussel (Lampsilis Higginsii) Recovery Plan: First Revision

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
DISCLAIMER

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

I. INTRODUCTION

Description of Lampsilis higginsii
Taxonomy and Systematics
Morphological Description
Historical and Present Distributions
Recent Reintroductions
Essential Habitat Areas
Critical Habitat
Biology, Ecology and Life History
Reproduction
Feeding
Habitat
Substrate
Stream Flow/Current/Hydrologic Variability
Water Quality
Water Quality Data Gaps
Community Associations
Non-human Predators
Genetics
Reasons for listing
Present Threats
Zebra Mussels and other Invasive Species
Habitat Alteration
Water Quality
Commercial Harvest
Conservation Measures
Ten-Year Field Studies in Essential Habitat Areas
Development of Relocation (Translocation) Techniques
Development of Artificial Propagation Techniques
Development of Uniform Regulations Concerning Clam Harvesting Methods
Summary of Current ...


Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Designation Of Critical Habitat For Topeka Shiner Mar 2004

Endangered And Threatened Wildlife And Plants; Designation Of Critical Habitat For Topeka Shiner

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, announce the reopening of a 30-day public comment period for the proposed rule to designate critical habitat for the Topeka shiner (Notropis Topeka) pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (Act). The proposed rule to designate critical habitat in the States of Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, and South Dakota was published on August 21, 2002 (67 FR 54261). We herein propose critical habitat segments for Missouri and one additional segment for South Dakota, and discuss potential exclusions from critical habitat designation under the authority of section 4(b)(2 ...


Endangered Species Bulletin January/February 2004 - Vol. Xxix No. 1 Jan 2004

Endangered Species Bulletin January/February 2004 - Vol. Xxix No. 1

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Partnerships for Plant Conservation in Texas
6 The Upper San Pedro Partnership
10 Joining Forces for an Island of Biodiversity
12 Giving Nature a Second Chance
14 One Step Closer to Key Deer Recovery
16 Agencies Streamline Permit Process
18 Working Together
20 Partners Restore Coastal Sage Scrub Habitat
22 How the Swift Fox Escaped the List
24 A Partnership to Grow Plovers on the Plains
26 Why all the Fuss Over a Frog?
28 Recovery Planning in the 21st Century
31 Restoring the Columbian White-tailed Deer


Endangered Species Bulletin, July/December 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 4 Jul 2003

Endangered Species Bulletin, July/December 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 4

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
10 Species on the Brink of Recovery
12 Saving Species on the Brink of Extinction
14 Recovering a Prairie Orchid
16 From Cage to Rainforest
18 Partners for Running Buffalo Clover Recovery
20 Recovery Planning for the White Abalone
22 Recovery Champions
24 Dick Biggins, Recovery Hero
26 “Sea Otter” and the Geese
28 A Plan for Hawaiian Plants and Their Ecosystems
30 An Unconventional Approach to Habitat Conservation
32 Progress in Riparian Brush Rabbit Recovery
34 Stakeholders Unite for Flycatcher
36 CPR for Species
38 Partners in Butterfly Conservation
40 Listing Actions
44 Box Score


Endangered Species Bulletin, May/June 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 3 May 2003

Endangered Species Bulletin, May/June 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 3

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Conserving Wildlife of the Americas: Mexico’s Strategic Role
6 Conservation Along the Border
7 The Kemp’s Ridley: Recovery in the Making
10 Conserving Cacti in México
12 Black-footed Ferrets Thrive in Mexico
14 California Condors Return to Mexico
16 Nightly Wings, Nectar Sips
18 California Red-legged Frog: Jumping to Survival
20 Binational Conservation Grows from the Ground Up
22 Aquatic Life in the Sonoran Desert
24 Jaguar Conservation in the Borderlands
26 Corridors for Migration
27 Pronghorn Races Against Extinction
30 The Masked Bobwhite at Buenos Aires NWR
31 Regional News and Recovery Updates ...


Endangered Species Bulletin, March/April 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 2 Mar 2003

Endangered Species Bulletin, March/April 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 2

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 Jewels in our Waters
6 Conservation and Recovery of Southeastern Imperiled Fishes
8 Releasing Mussels into Recovering Waters
10 Crayfish: An Overlooked Fauna
12 The Urban Life of Darters
14 Forty-One Tons
16 Landowners Are Recognized for Conservation Work
18 In Memoriam: Tyler Alley Sykes
20 Down by the Green River
22 Sending Surrogates to the Rescue
24 Cryptic Biodiversity
27 Sturgeon Surveys in the Lower Mississippi
28 Chinese Biologists Compare Argali to Bighorn Departments
30 Regional News and Recovery Updates
31 Listing Actions
36 Box Score


Endangered Species Bulletin, January/February 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 1 Jan 2003

Endangered Species Bulletin, January/February 2003 - Vol. Xxviii No. 1

Endangered Species Bulletins and Technical Reports (USFWS)

In this issue:
4 A Century of Conservation
9 Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge
12 Refuges Are a Flight Path to Recovery
14 An Amphibious Assault
18 Community Helps Save Laguna Atascosa’s Wildlife
20 The Key Deer: Back From the Brink
22 Research on Fox Squirrel Reaps Rewards
24 Refuge for an Ice Age Survivor
27 “Habitats” Featured on Geography Action!
28 Bringing Tiger Beetles Together
30 Share the Beach: Teamwork for Turtles
32 The Treasures of the Ozark Plateau
34 The Dynamic Dunes
36 This Partnership is for the Birds!
38 Hard Work Brings Results at Chincoteague