American Pelican - Drews Reservior - by Ron Larson
|NEWS & EVENTS|
|Calendar of Events|
|Oregon Spotted Frog|
As part of an effort to keep the Oregon spotted frog (Rana pretiosa) from becoming extinct if the foreseeable future, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) proposed today to protect the frog as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.
The USFWS also proposed to designate 68,192 acres and 23 streams miles as critical habitat for the Oregon spotted frog throughout Washington and Oregon. The Service now has up to one year to determine whether the proposed listing and proposed critical habitat in today's announcements (August 29, 2013) should become final.
COMMENT PERIOD IS NOW CLOSED
Oregon Spotted Frog - Frequently Asked Questions - August 29, 2013 (151kb-pdf)
|Lost River and Shortnose Sucker|
|Revised Recovery Plan
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced (April 16, 2013) the release of the final Revised Recovery Plan for the Lost River Sucker (Deltistes luxatus) and the Shortnose Sucker (Chasmistes brevirostris). This updated recovery plan replaces the 1993 recovery plan.
NEWS RELEASE - April 15, 2013
FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE - April 16, 2013
FINAL Revised Recovery Plan for the Lost River Sucker and Shortnose Sucker - April 15, 2013 (1662kb-pdf)
Lost River and Shortnose Sucker - Factsheet (384kb-pdf)
Draft Environmental Assessment-PacifiCorp Habitat Conservation Plan
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced the availability of a DRAFT Environmental Assessment (EA) that provides an analysis of PacifiCorp's proposed Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) for Lost River sucker and shortnose sucker.
Designated Critical Habitat for the Lost River and Shortnose Sucker
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it has designated critical habitat for the endangered Lost River sucker and shortnose sucker. Critical habitat was first proposed for these species in 1994, but was never completed due to higher conservation priorities for the listed sucker.
NEWS RELEASE - December 10, 2012
|2013 Proposed Klamath Project Operations - Joint Biological Opinion
(National Marine Fisheries Service and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service)
2013 Final Klamath Project Biological Opinion (5/31/2013 7985kb-pdf)
|Connecting People With Nature|
|Bald Eagle Delisting Information|
|Bald Eagle Fact Sheet (266kb-pdf)
Bald Eagle Recovery Q&A Sheet (196kb-pdf)
July 9, 2007 Federal Register Final Delisting (296kb-pdf)
Last updated: November 13, 2013