5-year Review (2008)
- News Release
- Questions and Answers
- Final 5-Year Review
- Conservation Status Assessment
- Conservation Status Assessment Maps
The Fish and Wildlife Service is required to conduct reviews every five years of species listed under the Endangered Species Act. The purpose of a status review is to determine whether the listing status of a species is appropriate.
The Service initiated a 5-year review on the status of bull trout in April 2004. The review culminated in a report that was completed in August 2006, but was not released due to additional information needs. The review process resumed in 2007 and was completed in April, 2008.
For more information including biology, status, and other related documents please go to ECOS.fws.gov.