Fish and Wildlife Service Sample Clauses

Fish and Wildlife Service. 2002c. Colorado pikeminnow (Ptychocheilus lucius) recovery goals: amendment and supplement to the Colorado Squawfish Recovery Plan.
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Fish and Wildlife Service. 2002. Recovery plan for the California red-legged frog (Xxxx xxxxxx draytonii). U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon. viii + 173 pp. [Service] U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2004a. Recovery plan for five plants from Monterey County, California. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon. xii + 159 pp.
Fish and Wildlife Service. 1. Provide technical expertise and recommendations to the Biology Committee as requested (Grand Junction and Vernal field offices).
Fish and Wildlife Service proposed to list the Alabama xxxxxxxx as an endangered species primarily due to its low population numbers and subsequent lack of ability to sustain itself through natural reproduction. The proposed listing generated substantial interest and resulted in the development of a conservation agreement and strategy for the Alabama xxxxxxxx. The Agreement and Strategy A Conservation Agreement for the Alabama Xxxxxxxx (Scaphirhynchus suttkusi) and a Conservation Strategy for the Alabama Xxxxxxxx (Scaphirhynchus suttkusi) were prepared by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Alabama-Tombigbee Rivers Coalition, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Service and were signed on February 9, 2000. The Agreement and Strategy were developed as a collaborative and cooperative effort among state and federal resource agencies and private sector partners to expedite the implementation of conservation measures needed to ensure the continued existence and recovery of the Alabama xxxxxxxx. The goal of the Agreement is to eliminate or significantly reduce current threats to the Alabama xxxxxxxx and its habitat by: ■ restoring and maintaining sufficient numbers of Alabama xxxxxxxx through hatchery propagation and augmentation; ■ identifying and protecting existing occupied Alabama xxxxxxxx habitat; and ■ developing information on the fish’s life history and habitat needs, and using this information in implementation of conservation measures and management strategies. The Agreement will be accomplished through implementation of the Strategy. The Strategy describes specific actions required to expedite implementation of conservation measures for the Alabama xxxxxxxx and to establish benchmarks to measure the success of the program. Benefits Realized The Agreement and Strategy identify and set into motion, early on, the best actions that can be taken to conserve and recover the Alabama xxxxxxxx. They are one of several factors that were considered in the decision to list the Alabama xxxxxxxx as endangered under the Endangered Species Act, which was announced on May 2, 2000. The Agreement and Strategy represent an important step in conserving and restoring the Alabama xxxxxxxx. They will serve as the blueprint for the recovery plan required under the Endangered Species Act. Tracking Results Implementation of this 10-year Conservation Agreement and Strategy for the Alabama Xxxxxxxx is underway and will be measured by annual reviews. For more information contact X...
Fish and Wildlife Service. 2004b. Determination of threatened status for the California tiger salamander; and special rule exemption for existing routine ranching activities; final rule. Federal Register 69:47212-47248 [Service] U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2006. Xxxxx’x blue butterfly (Euphilotes enoptes smithi) 5-year review: summary and evaluation. Sacramento, California. 26 pp. [Service] U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2009. Piperia yadonii (Xxxxx’x piperia) 5-year review: summary and evaluation. Ventura, California. 15 pp.
Fish and Wildlife Service. The mission of the FWS is to work with others to conserve, protect, manage, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. The FWS is legally mandated to implement the conservation provisions of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, which includes responsibilities for population management (e.g., monitoring), international coordination, and regulations development and enforcement. The Migratory Bird Conservation Act and the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act provide for habitat conservation mandates that include habitat protection (e.g., acquisition, enhancement, and modification of habitats). Many FWS programs are involved in bird conservation activities, including:
Fish and Wildlife Service except that grazing the aforesaid lands is permitted at any time throughout the calendar year without approval in writing.
Fish and Wildlife Service. New Mexico Ecological Service Field Office. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 98 pp. Xxxxxxxxxx, M.D. 1984. Geology of Monahans Sandhills State Park, Texas. Bureau of Economic Geology. The University of Texas at Austin. Austin, Texas. 49 pp. Xxxxx, X.X., Xxxx, M.R. and Xxxxxxxx, S. 2012. Pecos Valley Aquifer, West Texas: structure and brackish groundwater. Texas Water Development Board, Austin, Texas. Report 382. June 2012.
Fish and Wildlife Service. Construction may resume when proper protection, to the satisfaction of all agencies, including the City, is provided by the Owner.
Fish and Wildlife Service. 2002b. Bonytail (Gila elegans) recovery goals: amendment and supplement to the Bonytail Chub Recovery Plan. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Mountain-Prairie Region (6), Denver, Colorado.