Nevada Fish & Wildlife Office
Pacific Southwest Region

2009 News Releases

   
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12/16/2009 The Service Finds 67 Species May Warrant Endangered Species Act Protection, Further Study Planned
10/28/2009 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Continues to Seek Northern Leopard Frog Information
10/20/2009 Service Completes 5 Year Reviews for 51 Species in California, Nevada and Southern Oregon
Recommends Uplisting Bay Checkerspot Butterfly to Endangered and Downlisting Arroyo Toad, Modoc Sucker, and Santa Cruz Cypress to Threatened; No Status Change Recommended for 46 Other Species
09/30/2009 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Prepare Environmental Impact Statement for Amendment to Clark County Habitat Conservation Plan
09/10/2009 Amargosa Toad Warrants Review for Possible Protection Under the Endangered Species Act
09/10/2009 Milkvetch Warrants Endangered Species Act Protection But Listing Precluded By Other Priorities
08/18/2009 Fish and Wildlife Service to Conduct Status Reviews for 29 Species
06/30/2009 Northern Leopard Frog in West May Warrant Federal Protection
05/07/2009 Fish and Wildlife Service to Conduct Status Review of the American Pika
03/20/2009 Public Comment Sought on Proposal to Restore Paiute Cutthroat Trout to Historic Habitat in Silver King Creek
02/19/2009 Biological and Hydrological Monitoring Plans Now Complete For Spring Valley Hydrographic Basin

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