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Bull Trout: Road to Recovery

Bull trout love cold, clean, complex, and connected streams and other aquatic habitat. Learn about bull trout conservation and habitat needs, and see amazing underwater footage. Learn more about bull trout biology, critical habitat and conservation measures at: http://www.fws.gov/pacific/bulltrout/

Running Time: 3:47

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New Scientific Analysis of Northern Spotted Owl Habitat Announced

A draft revision of the 2008 Spotted Owl Recovery Plan, was announced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on September 8, 2010. The revision is now available for public comment and we encourage your review and comments. This video presentation focuses on one of the more complex elements of the revised plan: a comprehensive analysis of owl habitat using the latest scientific information, analysis and mapping technologies.

Running Time 6:07

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Draft Revision to the Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Plan

A draft revision to the 2008 Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Plan is available for a 60-day public review period. The proposed refinements will help the agency better address the Pacific Northwest forest dweller's current threats and recovery needs. This video highlights the revision's main recommendations.

Running Time 4:49

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Native American Talks About Importance of Eagle Feathers

Reginald Dale Akeen pleaded guilty in December 2009 to a felony violation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. He admitted he offered to sell a fan made of juvenile golden eagle feathers, also known as "black and whites," to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service undercover agent and that he contacted an accomplice who agreed to sell a nine-feather black and white fan. As part of his plea agreement, Akeen agreed to speak on video about the significance of the feathers of eagles and other birds to Native Americans and about the fact that he broke the law.

Running Time 4:57

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Bull Trout B-Roll Footage

This video clip is without sound. This is high quality video is offered to you as a courtesy for use on web sites and for television production. This B-roll video clip is available for use with credit to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This video clip was filmed in the Pacific Northwest and provides an excellent view of this endangered species in its natural habitat.

Running Time 3:58

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Northern Spotted Owl B-Roll Footage

This video clip is without sound. This is high quality video is offered to you as a courtesy for use on web sites and for television production. This B-roll video clip is available for use with credit to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This video clip was filmed in the Pacific Northwest and provides an excellent view of this endangered species in its natural habitat.

Running Time 5.17

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Marbled Murrelet B-Roll Footage

This video clip is without sound. This is high quality video is offered to you as a courtesy for use on web sites and for television production. This B-roll video clip is available for use with credit to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This video clip was filmed in the Pacific Northwest and provides an excellent view of this endangered species in its natural habitat.

Running Time 3:39

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Rivers and Tides: Restoring the Nisqually Estuary

Diked and dammed for more than 100 years, the tide is returning to the Nisqually estuary! This video highlights the largest estuary restoration in the Pacific Northwest with dramatic footage. Nisqually NWR, Ducks Unlimited and the Nisqually Indian Tribe worked tirelessly for more than 12 years with the help of many partners to restore 762 acres of estuary - reconnecting it with the tides of Puget Sound.

Video Credit: With permission from Ducks Unlimited (production: Narrative Lab)

Running Time: 10:35

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Southern Idaho TravelCast: Hagerman National Fish Hatchery

Watch the video on YouTube featuring the environmental education and tourism opportunities provided at Hagerman National Fish Hatchery. The Hatchery produces over 1.4 million steelhead annually to mitigate for fish and wildlife losses caused by the construction of four dams on the lower Snake River. It also produces 130,000 Rainbow trout to mitigate for Dworshak Dam in northern Idaho.

Running Time: 3:15

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Pacific Lamprey Constructing A Nest

Pacific lamprey constructing a nest for spawning in Cedar Creek, Washington.

The abundance and distribution of Pacific lamprey has significantly declined throughout its range over the past three decades. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and many others are taking steps to conserve lamprey.

Running Time 0:35

Video Credit: Travis Collier - USFWS.

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Last updated: October 18, 2010
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