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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.

2001 Archived Press Releases

December 28, 2001
Draft Economic Analysis of Impacts Associated with Proposed Critical Habitat for the Northern Great Plains Population of Piping Plover Available for Public Comment.

December 5, 2001
Undercover Case Leads to Eight Months in Prison for Gray Wolf Poacher

November 20, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Reopens Public Comment Period on Draft Recovery Goals for Endangered Fish

November 8, 2001
Endangered Black-Footed Ferrets Return to Mexico

November 7, 2001
Wildlife Agencies Work Together to Release Black-Footed Ferrets in Colorado

October 30, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publishes Updated List of Candidates for Endangered Species Act Listing

October 23, 2001
Regional Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Mountain-Prairie Region Recognized by President Bush for Exemplary Service

October 23, 2001
Local Assistance Sought in Review of California Condor Experiment

October 23, 2001
Yellowstone Ecosystem Grizzly Bear Population Doing Well,  But 2001 Mortalities Highlight the Need For More Efforts to Minimize Conflicts Between Bears and People

October 22, 2001
Public Comment Analysis Now Available on Bitterroot Grizzly Bear Proposal

October 9, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Concludes No Need To Put Bonneville Cutthroat Trout  on Endangered List

October 5, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lists Scaleshell Mussel as Endangered Species

October 2, 2001
Lower Kootenai River Burbot considered for Protection Under Endangered Species Act

September 28, 2001
Two Southwestern Plants Listed as Endangered Species

September 25, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Awards More Than $1 Million in Grants to Utah to Benefit Threatened and Endangered Species

September 25, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Awards Grants to South Dakota to Develop Habitat Conservation Plan

September 25, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Awards $825,000 in Grant money to Help with Recovery Efforts for Several Species Along the Missouri River

September 25, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Awards Grant to Colorado for Endangered Species Conservation

September 25, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Review Status of Spotted Frog

September 21, 2001
New Database of Wildl Fish Health Information is Unveiled by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

September 17, 2001
New Information Reveals Three-Year Countdown to Wolf Recovery Started in 2000

September 10, 2001
Endangered Wyoming Toad Numbers are Down

September 10, 2001
Grizzly Bear Found Shot - Reward Offered

September 6, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Invites Public Comments on Draft Recovery Goals for Endangered Fish

August 30, 2001
Special Rule and Proposed Amendment Announced for Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse

August 29, 2001
Service and Conservation Groups Reach Agreement to List New Species Under Endangered Species Act

August 27, 2001
New Conservation Center to Breed Endangered Ferrets

August 20, 2001
Leadville National Fish Hatchery Hosts Aid Station for Trail 100 Footrace

July 31, 2001
Proposed Monitoring Plan for the Recovered Peregrine Falcon Available for Public Review

July 25, 2001
Habitat Destruction Puts Songbird at Risk in the West

July 23, 2001
New Assistant Regional Director for External Affairs Exchanges Great Lakes for Great Plains and Mountains in New Job

July 18, 2001
Norton Praises President Bush's Intention to Nominate Craig Manson as Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish Wildlife and Parks.

July 18, 2001
Norton Praises President Bush's Intention to Nominate Steve Williams as Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

June 26, 2001
Pioneer Family Donates Key Private Property, Protects Water Supply for Fish R & D

June 20, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes to Withdraw Plan to Reintroduce Grizzly Bears into Bitterroot Ecosystem

June 12, 2001
Service Proposes Designation of Critical Habitat for Great Plains Population of Piping Plover

June 8, 2001
Rare Wyoming Toads Found, Fish Hatchery Reintroduces More

June 7, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publishes 12-month Petition Finding for Rare Fern

May 30, 2001
New Manager at Leadville National Fish Hatchery to Guide Whirling Disease Clean-Up and Fish Productionfor Colorado

May 30, 2001
National Fish hatcheries in Montana Under New Leadership

May 29, 2001
New Manager Takes Charge at Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery

May 22, 2001
Special Rule Announced for Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse

May 15, 2001
Landowners to Receive Grants for Conservation Actions

April 18, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Determines Sicklefin and Sturgeon Chub Do Not Warrant Listing As Threatened or Endangered

April, 2001 - Fish Tale
Fly Shop Helps Stop Spread of Whirling Disease

March 30, 2001
Service Designates Critical Habitat for Arkansas River Shiner

March 22, 2001
Two Ponds Refuge Employee David Jamiel Named National Wildlife Refuge System Employee of the Year

March 22, 2001
Bear River Refuge Manager Al Trout Named National Wildlife Refuge System Manager of the Year

February 27, 2001
Mechanical Failure Results in Loss of Endangered Colorado River Fish

February 23, 2001
Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Will Not Be Considered for Listing Under the Endangered Species Act

February 6, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces $6 Million Grant to Help Purchase Wildlife habitat in Utah

February 6, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces $5 Million Grant to Help Purchase Wildlife Habitat in Montana

January, 2001
Fish Tales #6: A Pre-Historic Fish Struggles to Survive in the Modern World

January 23, 2001
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Names Robert Muth, Ph.D. Program Director for Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program

January 18, 2001
Mexican Spotted Owl Critical Habitat Finalized

January 8, 2001
Swift Fox No Longer Candidate for Endangered Species Listing

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