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Press releases referenced on this page are from the Mountain-Prairie Region press release archives. These press releases have not been modified since their original publication date. Therefore, links, email addresses and phone numbers contained within these press releases may no longer be valid.

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

2000 Archived Press Releases

December 7, 2000
Applications To Be Taken For National Wildlife Refuge Fire Crew Positions

November 30, 2000
Agencies Announce Release of Missouri River Biological Opinion

November 29, 2000
Unique habitat Conservation Plan Will Benefit Native Fish

November 16, 2000
Final Steps Completed for Plan to Reintroduce Grizzly Bear in Montana and Idaho

October 18, 2000
Colorado Butterfly Plant to Receive Protection Under Endangered Species Act

October 13, 2000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Holds Public Hearings on Proposal to Reclassify/Delist Gray Wolves in Much of United States

October 13, 2000
Black-Footed Ferrets To Be Reintroduced on Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation

October 11, 2000
Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse Not Warranted for Endangered Species Act Protection

September 14, 2000
Environmental Assessment Recommends Leadville National Fish Hatchery Concentrate Efforts to Develop Program for Native Cutthroat Trout

September 8, 2000
Service Reopens Public Comment Period for Porposed Rule and Critical Habitat Determination for Spalding's Catchfly

September 5, 2000
Fish and Wildlife Service Reopens Comment Period on Proposal to List Desert Yellowhead as Threatened

September 1, 2000
Fish and Wildlife Service Petitioned to List the Wolverine as Threatened or Endangered

August 23, 2000
U.F. Fish and Wildlife Service Holds Open Houses and Public Hearing on Proposal to Reclassify/Delist Gray Wolves in Much of United States

August 11, 2000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Holds Open House on Proposal to Reclassify/Delist Gray Wolves in Much of United States

July 18, 2000
Reintroduction of Black-Footed Ferrets Proposed on Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation

July 11, 2000
Gray Wolves Rebound; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes to Reclassify, Delist Wolves in Much of United States

June 12, 2000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Releases Water into Platte

June 9, 2000
Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service Announce Draft Policy for Evaluation of Conservation Efforts When Making Listing Decisions

June 5, 2000
Endangered Wyoming Toad Makes Progress

May 18, 2000
Fish and Wildlife Service Reopens Comment Period on Proposal to List Colorado Butterfly Plant as Threatened

May 10, 2000
Rare Fern Considered For Endangered Species Act Protection

April 14, 2000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Concludes No Need To Put Westslope Cutthroat Trout On Endangered List

April 12, 2000
Two Southwestern Plants Proposed as Endangered Species

March 31, 2000
Service Denies USDA Request to Experimentally Poison 2 Million Blackbirds, Citing Lack of Scientific Efficacy and Potential Risk to Other Bird Species

March 24, 2000
Study to Begin to Assess Bison and Elk Management in the Jackson Hole Area

March 21, 2000
Canada Lynx Listed As Threatened

March 17, 2000
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Eagle 2000 Awards Program To Honor Those Involved In The Recovery Of The Bald Eagle

March 10, 2000
Final Environmental Impact Statement Released on Reintroduction of Grizzly Bears in the Bitterroot Ecosystem in Western Montana and Central Idaho

March 1, 2000
Public To Review Strategy for Managing A Recovered Population of Grizzly Bears in the Yellowstone Ecosystem

February 3, 2000
Citing Higher Priority Species, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Will Not List Black-tailed Prairie Dog at This Time

January 26, 2000
Critical Habitat Designated for Endangered Fishes in the Virgin River: No Significant changes for Water Users Expected.

January 14, 2000
Service Authorizes Wyoming landowners to Help Control Problem Wolves on Private Property

January 13, 2000
Tenth Circuit Court Rules Wolf Reintroduction Legal;  Wolves are Here to Stay

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