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Development and signing of Arizona Bald Eagle Conservation Assessment and Strategy
Southwest Region, January 24, 2007
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(Top to bottom)Steve Spangle, Arizona Field Supervisor (FWS) with Duane Shroufe, Director (AzGFD) at Arizona Bald Eagle Conservation Assessment and Strategy Signing - Left to Right Greg Beatty (FWS), Amy Heuslein (BIA) and James Driscoll (AzGFD) with artwork presented to Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano - Amy Heusleing (BIA), Duane Schroufe (AzGFD), Jeff Humphrey (FWS), and Mary Richardson (FWS)- Photographer Nick Carrillo at Phoenix Zoo
(Top to bottom)Steve Spangle, Arizona Field Supervisor (FWS) with Duane Shroufe, Director (AzGFD) at Arizona Bald Eagle Conservation Assessment and Strategy Signing - Left to Right Greg Beatty (FWS), Amy Heuslein (BIA) and James Driscoll (AzGFD) with artwork presented to Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano - Amy Heusleing (BIA), Duane Schroufe (AzGFD), Jeff Humphrey (FWS), and Mary Richardson (FWS)- Photographer Nick Carrillo at Phoenix Zoo - Photo Credit: n/a

The Fish and Wildlife Service, Arizona Ecological Services Office, in coordination with Arizona Game and Fish Department and other Federal, state, and municipal agencies, Tribes, and private groups, participated in a signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding to implement the Arizona Bald Eagle Conservation Assessement and Strategy.  Developed over the past 8 years, this document describes the status of the bald eagle in Arizona and provides an outline of key management activities.  These management activities are those which have occurred over the previous 20 years or so, some of which are: the Arizona Bald Eagle Nestwatch Program, annual occupancy- and reproduction-assessment helicopter flights, contaminant monitoring, management of native fish and riparian habitat, and seasonal nest-area closures.  


Contact Info: Martin Valdez, 505-248-6599, martin_valdez@fws.gov



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