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KODIAK: Message from youth – Change the Future, not the Climate!

Alaska Youth for Environmental Action Flickr Album for the Youth Climate Change Summit.

Facebook Photo Album from Youth Climate Change Summit

BAY-DELTA FWO: Red Bluff Fish and Wildlife Office Plays a High Profile Role Monitoring Anadromous Fish Numbers in California

Red Bluff Diversion Dam survey photos, November 6, 2016

VENTURA FWO: Thinking Like an Ocean

Southern sea otter coordinator Lilian Carswell discusses the current population of southern sea otters, and introduces

Southern sea otters (Enhydra lutris nereis), also known as California sea otters, were listed as threatened in 1977 under the Endangered Species Act.

YREKA FWO: A Bridge to Somewhere: Improved Salmon Habitat
Migrating salmon should have an easier time of it this year on Fort Goff Creek, a Klamath River Tributary, thanks to the work of a dozen conservation partner organizations.

KODIAK: Refuge's Kittlitz’s Murrelet Nesting Ecology Study Yields Poor Reproductive Success.
See the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Website for additional Information on the Kittlitz's Murrelet Study.
Contaminants Investigation on Great Lakes Herring Gulls Being Featured in News Stories
Radio interview
PACIFIC SOUTHWEST REGION: Columbia Spotted Frog, Tahoe Yellow Cress Among 17 Species Removed From Candidate List for ESA Protections
Alison Stanton, an independent research botanist working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, explains how sound scientific research conducted over the past 15 years helped keep Tahoe yellow cress off the ESA candidate species list.

KODIAK REFUGE: A Summer Surveying Seabirds

Interesting Photos from the August Kodiak Marine Bird & Mammal Survey

Interesting Photos from the June Kodiak Marine Bird & Mammal Survey

Restoration Plan for Kalamazoo River Natural Resource Damage Assessment released for public comment

PACIFIC SOUTHWEST REGION: Service and CalTrans Partnership Creates California’s New Monarch Highway
Video highlight featuring the new partnership with Caltrans to add milkweed to roadsides.

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