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2004 Archived Press Releases

December 20, 2004
Contaminant Study Completed on Deer at Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site: Study reveals actinide levels similar to deer found off-site

December 17, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publishes Notice of Availability of Environmental Impact Statement For Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge Comprehensive Conservation Plan In Federal Register

December 15, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Negotiate Annual Funding Agreement for National Bison Range Complex

December 8, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service To Host Open House Meetings For Proposed Conservation Easement Program Along Rocky Mountain Front

December 3, 2003
Senior Regional Fish and Wildlife Scientists Recommend Sage-Grouse Not be Listed as Threatened or Endangered Range-Wide; Final Decision Yet to Be Made, Director Williams Says

November 30, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service To Host Open House Meetings For Proposed Conservation Easement Program Along Rocky Mountain Front

November 24, 2004
Cooperative Investigation Results In Largest monetary Settlement Of A wildlife Case In Kansas History

November 19, 2004
Interior Scientists to Evaluate Effects of High Flow Test at Glen Canyon Dam

November 17, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Hold A Public Open House for Comprehensive Conservation Plan for Bear Butte National Wildlife Refuge

November 17, 2004
Fish and Wildlife Service Releases First DVD Tour Of America's National Wildlife Refuges

November 17, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Hold Public Open House for Comprehensive Conservation Plan For Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge Complex

November 17, 2004
High Flow Test Study From Glen Canyon Dam Through Grand Canyon

November 9, 2004
Injured Whooping Cranes Found in Kansas Were shot, Investigation Underway

November 9, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Will Not Conduct In-depth Review to Consider Listing the White-tailed Prairie Dog

November 8, 2004
Endangered Whooping Cranes Moving Through South Central Kansas

October 20, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publishes Federal Register Notice Reopening Public Comment Period for National Bison Range Complex Draft Annual Funding Agreement

October 13, 2004
Congressman Denny Rehberg,  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Announce Reopening of Public Comment Period for National Bison Range Complex Draft Annual Funding Agreement

October 12, 2004
Service Reproposes Critical Habitat for Endangered Southwestern Bird

October 12, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Initiate Status Review of the Ute Ladies'-Tresses Orchid

October 12, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Estimated Costs of Implementing Draft Annual Funding Agreement at National Bison Range Complex Significantly Lower Than Previously Reported

October 6, 2004
United States Reauthorizes North American Waterfowl Management Plan

September 24, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Host Open House on Draft Fort Niobrara NWR River Recreation Management Plan and Environmental Assessment

September 24, 2004
Draft Economic Analysis of Critical Habitat Proposal for the Colorado Butterfly Plant Released for Public Comment

September 23, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces Over $70 Million in Grants to Support Land Acquisition and Conservation Planning for Endangered Species

September 23, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces Over $4 Million in Grants For Montana To Support Land Acquisition and Conservation Planning for Endangered Species

September 23, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces Over $70 Million In Grants to Support Land Acquisition and Conservation Planning For Endangered Species - NE

September 23, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces Over $70 Million In Grants To Support Land Acquisition and Conservation Planning For Endangered Species - SD

September 23, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces Over $5 Million In Grants For Utah To Support Land Acquisition and Conservation Planning For Endangered Species - UT

September 22, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Designates Critical Habitat for Bull Trout in Columbia and Klamath River Basins

September 15, 2004
Service Seeks Public Comments on Proposal to Improve Trout Habitat on the East Fork Sevier River in the Kingston Canyon Wildlife Management Area

September 9, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Awards Four States Boating Infrastructure Grants

September 8, 2004
Norton Announces Funding for Wetlands Projects, Additions to National Wildlife Refuges

September 1, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Mountain Prairie Region Announces National Fire Plan Rural Fire assistance Grant Awards

August 27, 2004
Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge Releases Draft Niobrara River Recreation Management Plan and Environmental Assessment

August 26, 2004
Norton Announces Private Stewardship and Tribal Grants to Benefit Wildlife and Habitat in Colorado

August 26, 2004
Norton Announces $16 Million in Grants to Conserve Imperiled Wildlife in 42 States

August 24, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to Hold Public Meetings in Montana on Draft Annual Funding Agreement for National Bison Range Complex

August 20, 2004
Critical Habitat Designated for Mexican Spotted Owl

August 17, 2004
Service Signs Agreement With Ducks Unlimted to Manage Federal Duck Stamp Licensing Program

August 13, 2004
Public Comment Requested On Damage Assessment Plan For Cherokee County Superfund Site

August 12, 2004
Black-tailed Prairie Dog Removed from Candidate Species List

August 9, 2004
Agency and Partners will Pool $4.8 Million to Remove 91 Fish Passage Barriers in 26 States, Including Montana, Nebraska, Utah, Wyoming

August 6, 2004
Critical habitat Proposed for the Colorado Butterfly Plant

August 5, 2004
Bozeman Fish Technology Center To Dedicate Robert G. Piper laboratory and Administrative Building

July 30, 2004
Waterfowl Hunting Season This Fall Similar to Last Year

July 27, 2004
Critical habitat for the Topeka shiner Designated in Iowa, Minnesota, and Nebraska

July 23, 2004
Two Radio-Collared Canada Lynx Move Into Utah From Colorado

July 23, 2004
2004 Federal and Junior Duck Stamp Now Available

July 22, 2004
The Bush Administration Plans to Add 10 New Hunting and Fishing Programs on National Wildlife Refuges and Wetland Management Districts

July 22, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Recognizes Partners in Montana and Nebraska with National Wetlands Conservation Awards

July 21, 2004
Settlement Reached on Endangered species Act Violation in Cedar City, Utah

July 16, 2004
Campaign Launched to Stem Spread of Nuisance Aquatic Species

July 16, 2004
Norton Announces Proposal To Remove Eastern Population Of Gray Wolves From Endangered Species List

July 15, 2004
Public Invited to Visit Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge during Lewis and Clark National Signature Event

July 14, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publishes Notice of Availability of Draft Annual Funding Agreement with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Federal Register

July 6, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Negotiate Draft Annual Funding Agreement for National Bison Range Complex

July 1, 2004
Choteau Man Pays Fine for Killing Grizzly Bear

June 24, 2004
Preliminary Necropsy Results For Gray Wolf Found Dead Near Denver, Colorado

June 23, 2004
Critical Habitat Proposed for the Saint Mary and Belly Rivers in Northwest Montana

June 10, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Probes Pelican Exodus at Chase Lake Nation Wildlife Refuge

June 9, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces Grants in 16 States, 21 Latin American and Caribbean Countries to Conserve Migratory Birds

May 28, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes Rule to Allow Defense Department to Take Migratory Birds

May 25, 2004
2004 Bozeman Kids Fishing Derby Cancelled

May 24, 2004
Interior Secretary Norton Announces $79,000 in Grants to Support cooperative Conservation Projects in South Dakota

May 24, 2004
Interior Secretary Norton Announces $151,500 in Grants to Support Six Cooperative Conservation Projects in North Dakota

May 24, 2004
Interior Secretary Norton Announces $102,000 in Grants to Support Cooperative Conservation Projects in Nebraska

May 24, 2004
Interior Secretary Norton Announces $78 ,000 in Grants to Support 21 Cooperative Conservation Projects in Montana

May 24, 2004
Interior Secretary Norton Announces $1 Million in Grants to Support 20 Cooperative Conservation Projects in Colorado

May 24, 2004
Interior Secretary Norton Announces $250,000 in Grants to Support Cooperative Conservation Projects in Kansas

May 20, 2004
Extension of Special Rule for Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse

May 18, 2004
Extension of Public Comment Period for Platte River DEIS

May 17, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Mountain Prairie Region announces Employee of the Year

May 17, 2004
Peaking River Flows For Endangered Fish Not Feasible This Spring Due to Ongoing Drought

May 6, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Publishes Updated List of Candidates for Endangered Species Act Listing

April 28, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Mountain-Prairie Region Selects Fisheries Program Managers of the Year

April 28, 2004
National Academy of Science Releases Report on Platte River Endangered Species

April 20, 2004
Colorado River Cutthroat Trout Will Not Be Considered For Listing Under The Endangered Species Act

April 15, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Initiate a Status Review of the Greater Sage-Grouse

April 13, 2004
Interior Secretary Norton To Join Partners In Celebrating The Establishment Of The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge

April 13, 2004
Opportunity For Public To Comment On U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Proposal To Provide Additional Authority To State For Management Of Wolves

April 13, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Winners of Colorado Junior Duck Stamp Program

April 5, 2004
Draft Economic Analysis of Critical Habitat Proposal for Bull Trout In the Columbia and Klamath River Basins Released for Public Comment

April 5, 2004
Management of Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass Remains Focus of Research in Colorado and Utah

March 29, 2004
Draft Mexican Spotted Owl Economic and Environmental Reports Available for Public Review

March 29, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Hold Public Meetings to Discuss Management of Baca National Wildlife Refuge

March 26, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Initiate Status Review of Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse

March 23, 2004
Norton Issues Call For Proposals To Tribes For Grants To Conserve Species On Tribal Lands

March 19, 2004
Statement by Assistant Secretary Craig Manson on the Army Corps of Engineers' Record of Decision Related to Missouri River Operations

March 17, 2004
Proposed Extension of Special Rule for Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse

March 17, 2004
Draft Economic Analysis and Draft Environmental Assessment Regarding the Topeka Shiner Critical Habitat Proposal Available for Public Comment

March 16, 2004
Service Designates Critical Habitat for the Threatened Desert Yellowhead

March 15, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Considers Three New Waterfowl Shot Types

March 15, 2004
Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge to Make Changes to Road System

March 12, 2004
Comment Period for Platte River DEIS Extended

March 10, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces $61 Million in Grants to States to Support Wildlife and Habitats

March 8, 2004
Prairie Pothole Region to Receive $21 Million for Habitat Acquisition

March 5, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge Will Remain in Refuge System

March 3, 2004
Interior Proposes Broader Gray Wolf Management Authority for Idaho, Montana

February 24, 2004
Proposed Extension of Special Rule for Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse

February 23, 2004
Service Determines "Finding of No Significant Impact" on Proposal to Build a Supplemental Fishway on the Milburn Diversion Dam

February 23, 2004
Comment Period Reopened for Proposed Revisions for Endangered Species Conservation Agreement

February 19, 2004
Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental Impact Statement for the future Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge

February 5, 2004
Three Public Meeting to Gather Information on a Permit Involving Grizzly Bears and the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe Railroad

February 3, 2004
Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge Environmental Management Efforts Earn Two National Awards

February 2, 2004
National Bison Range Elk Herd Shows No Sign of CWD

January 28, 2004
Secretary Norton Announces $14 Million in Grants to Tribes

January 27, 2004
Draft Environmental Assessment and Draft Economic Analysis of Proposed Critical Habitat for the Desert Yellowhead Released for Public Comment

January 22, 2004
Draft Platte River Environmental Impact Statement Released

January 13, 2004
FWS Identifies Steps Needed to Delist Gray Wolf; Wyoming Needs Changes to State Law and Management Plan

January 12, 2004
Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Early Input on Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Critical Habitat Proposal

January 5, 2004
Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Proposals for Funding Through the Private Stewardship Grants Program

January 5, 2004
Petition to List "Eastern" Subspecies of Sage-grouse Not Warranted

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