[Federal Register: April 17, 2000 (Volume 65, Number 74)]
[Page 20479]
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Fish and Wildlife Service

ACTION: Notice of Availability.


SUMMARY: The Fish and Wildlife Service has published a Comprehensive 
Conservation Plan, Environmental Assessment, and a Finding of No 
Significant Impact for Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge in 
Collier County, Florida. The plan describes how the Fish and Wildlife 
Service intends to manage the refuge for the next 15 years.

ADDRESSES: A copy of the above documents may be obtained by writing to 
the Fish and Wildlife Service, Attention: Jennifer Harris, 1875 Century 
Boulevard, Suite 420, Atlanta, Georgia 30345; or to Jim Krakowski, 
Refuge Manager, Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, 3860 Tollgate 
Boulevard, Suite 300, Naples, Florida 34114.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: By implementing this comprehensive 
conservation plan, the refuge seeks to (1) provide a clear statement of 
the desired future conditions when refuge purposes and goals are 
accomplished; (2) provide refuge neighbors and visitors with a clear 
understanding of the reasons for management actions on and around the 
refuge; (3) ensure that management of other refuge reflects policies 
and goals of the National Wildlife Refuge System; (4) ensure that 
refuge management is consistent with federal, state, and county plans; 
(5) provide long-term continuity in refuge management; and (6) provide 
a basis for operation, maintenance, and capital improvement budget 

    Dated: April 7, 2000.
Judy L. Jones,
Acting Regional Director.
[FR Doc. 00-9457 Filed 4-14-00; 8:45 am]