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May 14, 2015
This spring, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service joined more than 60 kids, parents and chaperones from two California tribes for an exciting multi-day excursion to one of the most visually stunning and biodiverse landscapes on Earth. The destination: Santa Cruz Island; the largest of the islands that make up Channel Islands National Park just 30 miles off the southern California coast.

May 12, 2015
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is hosting a public workshop and seeking public participation to finalize the Recovery Plan for the federally endangered California tiger salamander in Santa Barbara County. The Service invites the public, scientific community, conservation partners and other stakeholders to the workshop on Friday, May 22, 2015 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Joseph Centeno Betteravia Government Administration Building, Board Hearing Room at 511 East Lakeside Parkway in Santa Maria, California.

May 04, 2015
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recognized Vandenberg Air Force Base as this year’s recipient of the prestigious Military Conservation Partner Award during a ceremony held today at the 30th Space Wing in central California.

Apr 24, 2015
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced today the publication of a draft Recovery Plan to guide conservation efforts the federally endangered California tiger salamander in Santa Barbara County. The draft Recovery Plan lays out a strategy to recover the Santa Barbara County Distinct Population Segment of the California tiger salamander by recommending actions to alleviate the primary threats impacting the species including habitat loss and fragmentation.

Apr 23, 2015
Members of the public and media are invited to attend a community event celebrating one of the most recognizable species of wildlife in all of America – the monarch butterfly. Join the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and conservation partners to learn how you can help monarch butterflies and other pollinators. Family-friendly activities include butterfly-friendly plant and seed giveaways, educational booths, opportunities to explore native pollinator habitat and visit a working beehive at the Museum of Ventura County Santa Paula Agricultural Museum.

Apr 03, 2015
California coastlines include some of the most picturesque landscapes anywhere on earth.  Popular destinations for beach recreation, these coastal areas also support a diverse range of wildlife, from marine mammals to hundreds of migratory and resident bird species.

Mar 11, 2015
VENTURA - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released the final Recovery Plan for four subspecies of island fox (Urocyon littoralis). The Service is also initiating status reviews of each subspecies - San Miguel Island fox (U. l. littoralis), Santa Rosa Island fox (U. l. santarosae), Santa Cruz Island fox (U. l. santacruzae) and Santa Catalina Island fox (U. l. catalinae) – to determine if any of the subspecies warrant consideration for reclassification or removal from the list of Federally Threatened and Endangered Species.

Mar 05, 2015
Celebrate Women’s History Month with us! The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has an important connection to one of the most notable female conservation heroes: Rachel Carson, who, as one of the first female scientists and government leaders, revolutionized America’s interest in environmental issues.

Feb 03, 2015
Ventura, CA – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in partnership with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, is proposing a safe harbor agreement to support the recovery and conservation of threatened and endangered wildlife at Garrapata State Park in Monterey County, California.

Jan 26, 2015
Rio Vista Middle School in suburban Oxnard, Calif., is one of ten schools across Ventura County taking proactive steps to incorporate hands-on environmental education through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Schoolyard Habitat Program.

Jan 09, 2015
The Service announced today $1 million in federal funds will go to the California Coastal Conservancy to support the restoration of critical coastal wetlands at Elkhorn Slough in Monterey County.

Dec 30, 2014
Carlsbad, Calif. – In response to a petition to remove the coastal California gnatcatcher from Endangered Species Act (ESA) protection, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is initiating an in-depth analysis of the bird’s taxonomic and population status.

Dec 02, 2014
Each school year, students from Mountain Vista Elementary School in the small town of Fillmore, California, take time outside of the classroom to find their sense of place in the southern California landscape.

Dec 02, 2014
Thursday, December 18, 2014, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) will hold a public hearing on the proposal to designate critical habitat for the western distinct population segment of the yellow-billed cuckoo (western yellow-billed cuckoo).

Nov 24, 2014
This year wetlands, ponds and streams across California failed to fill with water as a result of one of the worst droughts the state has seen in decades. Limited water resources not only impact people and communities, but also plants and animals that rely on these essential water resources for survival.

Oct 16, 2014
Ventura, CA - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reopened the comment period on its proposal to reclassify the arroyo toad from endangered to threatened under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Comments will be accepted from October 17 to November 17, 2014.

Oct 14, 2014
Collaboration and sound science are key to effective landscape-level conservation along the California coastline. That’s why natural resource professionals are leveraging their resources and expertise to expand conservation efforts for the future.

Oct 02, 2014
Sacramento, CA - The western population of the yellow-billed cuckoo will be protected as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today. The Service determined that listing a distinct population segment (DPS) of the bird in portions of 12 western states, Canada and Mexico is warranted. In the U.S., the DPS will cover parts of Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon and Washington.

Sep 22, 2014
When sea otters want to rest, they wrap a piece of kelp around their body to hold themselves steady among the rolling waves. Likewise, California’s sea otter numbers are holding steady against the many forces pushing against their population recovery, according to the latest field survey led by federal, state, aquarium, and university scientists.

Sep 04, 2014
In Morro Bay along central California’s coast, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is working alongside the Morro Bay National Estuary Program and other conservation partners to restore eelgrass, a critical component to the health of the coastal ecosystem.

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