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For information concerning these press releases contact the Mountain-Prairie Region Office of External Affairs at (303) 236-7905.

1997 Archived Press Releases

December 29, 1997
Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse Public Comment Period Extended to January 22, 1998

December 18, 1997
Management Laws Regarding Gray Wolves Remain

December 11, 1997
Change in Wording to Allow U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Manage Wolf Reintroduction Areas More Effectively

November 20, 1997
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forges Agreement to Promote Nature Photography; Presents Awards to National Wildlife Refuge System Supporters

November 19, 1997
Steiner Takes Top Honors at 1997 Federal Duck Stamp Art Competition

November 18, 1997
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Issues Draft Biological Opinion on Lakewood Pipeline

November 10, 1997
Zebra Mussles Threat to Western Waters? -- Kansas Conference Will Access Risk

October 28, 1997
Public Comment Period for Grizzly Bears in Bitterroot Ecosystem Extended

October 24, 1997
Topeka Shiner Proposed For Listing as Endangered Species

September 22, 1997
Fish and Wildlife Service Determines Status of Northern Goshawk in Western U.S. Warrants Further Review

August 15, 1997
New Director Named to Endangered Fish Program

August 6, 1997
Dates Change For Public Hearings/Meetings On Grizzly Bear Recovery In the Bitterroot Ecosystem

August 5, 1997
More Endangered Fish Use "Ladder" on Gunnison River

July 23, 1997
Fourth Endangered Fish Uses Gunnison River "Ladder"

July 1, 1997
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Asks Public To Comment On Concept of Reintroducing Grizzly Bears Into Wilderness Areas In Central Idaho and Western Montana

June 12, 1997

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes to Reintroduce Nonessential Experimental Population of Grizzly Bears In Selway-Bitterroot Ecosystem

June 2, 1997
June Workshop In Bozeman to Help Identify Habitat Needs of Recovered Grizzly Bear Populations

May 22, 1997
Other Species Ahead of Canada Lynx for Protection Under Endangered Species Act

May 13, 1997
Community Involvement Leads to Restoration of Areas Along the Jordan River

April 30, 1997
Fire Destroys Headquarters Building at Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge

April 29, 1997
Fish and Wildlife Service Schedules Public Hearing on Reintroducing Black-Footed Ferrets In Northwestern Colorado and Northeastern Utah

April 11, 1997
Hotchkiss National Fish Hatchery Will Supply Disease-free Trout for Western Colorado Streams

March 24, 1997
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Begins Recovery Process for Prebel's Meadow Jumping Mouse

February 21, 1997
Airplanes No Longer Share Roosting Area With Eagles

February 6, 1997
Fish and Wildlife Service and Federal Aviation Administration Plan to Protect Eagle Wintering Roost Site On Rocky Mountain Arsenal

February 6, 1997
Administration's Proposed Budget Would Increase Funding for Broad Range of Conservation Programs

January 30, 1997
Reintroduced Wolf Found Shot - Reward Offered

January 23, 1997
Conservation Groups and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Reach Agreement to Resolve Lawsuit Regarding the Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan

January 23, 1997
Conservation Partnership Launched On High Plains

January 13, 1997
Scientific Breakthrough helps Combat Trout Disease

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