Monday, December 19, 2011

Fish & Wildlife Service and NOAA's Fisheries Service propose policy to improve implementation of Endangered Species Act

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A new federal policy proposal will help clarify which species or populations of species are eligible for protection under the Endangered Species Act and will provide for earlier and more effective opportunities to conserve declining species. The public is invited to comment on the policy, proposed by the Interior Department's U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service, the two federal agencies responsible for administering the Endangered Species Act. Comments will be accepted for the next 60 days. More


  1. Great blog! The only one I found so far regarding the topics you cover. Conservation should be as important for hunters as for any environmental activist. Don't you want to see your grand children hunting ducks as well? This is an issue that should be way more present in the average hunters mind.
    Thanks a lot for shining light on those topics!

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