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From report SACRAMENTO FWO: Beating Back Extinction One Plant at a Time
Theft/fire/flooding - #endangered Bakers larkspur has been through the ringer-Service partners to beat back extinction

From theft to fire, to flooding, the #endangered Bakers larkspur has been through the ringer. USFWS and the UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley are partnering to beat back extinction one plant at a time.
From report CARLSBAD FWO: Partners Work to Remove Nonnative Fish to Aid Recovery of Santa Ana Sucker in the Santa Ana River
Santa Ana sucker benefits from group effort to remove nonnative predators from the Santa Ana River

From report Brule River Bank Restoration – A Presidential Fish Fix

Brule River Bank Restoration – A Presidential Fish Fix A large riverbank restoration took place last summer on "The River of Presidents", the Brule River in northern Wisconsin. . Five U.S. Presidents have fished it and the river also hosts the most spectacular spawning runs of Lake Superior game-fish in Wisconsin. A large eroding band was fixed to benefit brook trout and other fish.
From report SACRAMENTO FWO: Surveying for Endangered Species
Surveys in Concord CA finding many amphibians and a few are #endangered ones sought

Surveys on the Military Ocean Terminal Concord, a military base in Concord, CA, for the presence of California tiger salamanders and California red-legged frog are finding many amphibians including a few of the #endangered ones sought.
From report SACRAMENTO FWO: Jewelflower Returns to Tulare Hill
Little flower gets a big boost towards recovery in Santa Clara County

Little flower gets a big boost towards recovery in Santa Clara County.
From report ARCATA FWO: 55 Volunteers, 1 Landowner, 1 Day: Klamath Restoration Effort Benefits Coho and Other Native Wildlife
55 Volunteers, 1 landowner, 1 day: Klamath Restoration Effort Benefits Coho, other Native Wildlife

55 Volunteers, 1 landowner, 1 day: Klamath Restoration Effort Benefits Coho, other Native Wildlife.
From report Huron River Watershed Fish Passage Projects, Marquette County, Michigan

Three unimproved road crossings of Lake Superior tributaries in the Huron River watershed blocked passage for native fish such as brook trout and other aquatic life. Fish passage restoration construction was completed in 2013 and consisted of replacing undersized and perched culverts at all three sites with bottomless culverts.
From report Helping the Flute Reed Partnership Restore Minnesota Lake Superior Tributary Habitat

Restoring Lake Superior tributary habitat is critical for brook trout and other native fish as well as naturalized fish species important for recreation. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service worked with the Flute Reed Partnership and other partners on a riparian restoration and enhancement project in the Flute Reed watershed which is centrally located along Lake Superior’s Minnesota north shore.
From report TIJUANA SLOUGH NWR: Building Bridges is All in the Family
Local Boy Scout earns his Eagle Scout Award by building a bridge at Tijuana Slough NWR

Local Boy Scout earns his Eagle Scout Award by building a bridge at Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge.
From report Helping to Save a Species

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