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PACIFIC SOUTHWEST REGION: California Scientists, Channel Islands Fox Conservationists Recognized as Recovery Champions

Scientists, Conservation Professionals Honored for Role in Recovery of Island Fox on Northern Channel Islands

SACRAMENTO NWR COMPLEX: Waterfowl and Wetlands -- Funding through the Connecting People with Nature Grant Expands Student Learning Opportunities
HOPPER MOUNTAIN NWR COMPLEX: CondorKids 3rd Grade Curriculum Released
CondorKids 3rd Grade Curriculum
VENTURA FWO: Young Women in Science Help Endangered Wildlife in Ventura County

Young Women in Science Muddy Up Their First Pair of Waders to Help Endangered Wildlife in Ventura County

Video: Biologists and Girl Scouts work together to help endangered marsh bird in Ventura

SAN DIEGO BAY NWR: Tides Return to D Street Fill After 60 Years
Channel 10 News: New habitat for endangered species is the latest step towards Chula Vista's Bayfront Master Plan

San Diego Bay NWR Flickr page:

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Mass marking presentation featured at Michigan Sea Grant Regional Fishery Workshop
Sea Grant site--meeting notice
Service reared lake trout have same spawning site fidelity as wild lake trout
a link to the publication
PACIFIC SOUTHWEST REGION: A Young Birder's Story: The Historic Release of California Condor AC-4 into the Wild at Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge

Home for the Holidays: California Condor AC-4 Returns to the Wild after 30 Years

BITTER CREEK NWR: Home for the Holidays: California Condor AC-4 Returns to the Wild After 30 Years

Home for the Holidays: California Condor Return to Wild After 20 Years

VENTURA FWO: Monarch Butterflies of Ellwood Mesa
Interview with Charis van der Heide about the Thanksgiving Monarch Count and overwintering site at Ellwood Mesa in Santa Barbara County. Video by Ashley Spratt/USFWS.

Monarch Butterflies Overwintering in Southern California

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