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From report HUMBOLDT BAY NWR: Living Coastline Project Will Restore Tidal Salt Marsh at Humboldt Bay 
Barely 10 percent of original salt marsh remains around Humboldt Bay. Learn about our project to restore this habitat

Over the course of the last century, salt marshes have virtually vanished from Humboldt Bay. Today, barely 10 percent of original salt marsh remains. A project at Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge hopes to restore some of this habitat which is so vital to the ecosystem and food web.
From report Parker River National Wildlife Refuge Participates in Fishing Show


From report 2016 Eagle Festival Held at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

The Merrimack River Eagle Festival was held on March 5 2016.The event,a partnership between MA Audubon and Parker River NWR, was held at Parker River NWR Visitor Center and Joppa Flats Education Center (MA Audubon). Overall, about 1500 people attended the event which included live bird presentations, activities for kids,and wildlife viewing stations along the Merrimack River and refuge.
From report Mussel cages get a facelift on annual cage repair day

Katie~ I hope you enjoy the early spring. Please post to the Genoa facebook page.
From report Great Lakes Fish Tag and Recovery Lab evaluates methods for estimating the age and year class of wild Great Lakes Chinook salmon
Great Lakes Fish Tag and Recovery Lab evaluates methods for estimating the age of wild Great Lakes Chinook salmon

The Great Lakes Fish Tag and Recovery Lab recently completed estimating the age and year class (the calendar year the fish was born) of wild Chinook salmon captured from Lake Michigan during 2015. This information enables fisheries managers to adjust stocking numbers to ensure there is enough prey fish biomass to support the biomass of predatory species in the lake.
From report City Creek Fish Passage Restoration

Within the Bad River Watershed of northern Wisconsin we removed 3 perched culverts that were barriers to fish passage and replaced them with pipe arch culverts installed in a “fish friendly” manner.
From report Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge Hosts the Largest Tern Colonies in Connecticut for the 2015 Breeding Season

Successful Tern Season - Thank you to all our Partners and Volunteers!
From report Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge Hopes to Bring Back Wading Birds

Bringing the Birds Back - Stewart B. McKinney studies wading bird habitat
From report SACRAMENTO FWO: Outfoxing mange in the San Joaquin kit fox
@UsfwsSacArea partnering to stop a mange epidemic in Bakersfield CA endangered kit fox

The Service is partnering in an effort to stop a mange epidemic in San Joaquin kit fox living in Bakersfield California. Researchers plan to test the use of over-the-counter mange-preventive collars to reduce the incidence of this disease. Domestic dogs are easily protected from the disease with monthly tick and flea prevention medication.
From report YREKA FWO: A Bridge to Somewhere: Improved Salmon Habitat
A bridge to somewhere - better salmon Habitat on Klamath River trib

Klamath Basin salmon migrating to spawn this year in Ft. Goff Creek should have an easier time of it thanks to the removal of a 1940s era culvert. A dozen conservation partners supported the project and made it a reality.
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