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Working Together to Conserve and Restore Big Horn Sheep
The Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho Restores Bighorn Sheep and their Habitat Along the Main Stem of the Salmon River
Posted on: October 19, 2010

Bighorn Sheep



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Focus on Malheur NWR Centennial Celebration

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge archeologist, Carla Burnside, shares the exciting plans the refuge staff has in store to celebrate the refuge's Centennial anniversary. On September 20, 2008 Malheur NWR celebrated their 100 anniversary. This amazing refuge is located in southeastern Oregon. http://www.fws.gov/malheur. 5 min photo credit - Roberta Guarino song credit: Time Capsule by Greg Thompson for FWS Centennial CD entitled Songs of the System

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Walk a Mile In My Boots - Roaring Springs Ranch, Frenchglen, Oregon

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Assistance Director of Endangered Species, Bryan Arroyo and Frenchglen, Oregon's Roaring Springs Ranch manager Stacy Davies recently participated in the FWS job exchange program "Walk a Mile in My Boots." 10 min photo credit - Roberta Guarino

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Media teleconference - Final Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl

Questions and answers on the Final Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl . Listen in as the Pacific Region Regional Director and species experts discuss the plan and answer questions from the media. Recorded teleconference held May 16, 2008 (audio only) 40 min photo credit - Shane Jeffries

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