Nevada Fish & Wildlife Office
Pacific Southwest Region

2008 News Releases

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10/27/2008 Multiple-Species Habitat Conservation Plan In Place For Coyote Springs Planned Development
10/08/2008 The Service, National Park Service, and Nevada Department of Wildlife, announced today that the Devils Hole pupfish has increased to 126, the highest number recorded since 2004.
09/09/2008 Service Determines the Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Does Not Warrant Protection Under the Endangered Species Act - Species details - Federal Register Notice
09/09/2008 Service will not conduct in-depth review to consider removing the Lahontan Cutthroat Trout from the Federal Protection
08/04/2008 Taxonomic Revision And Critical Habitat Designated For Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep
08/01/2008 Public Comments invited on draft revised Recovery Plan for the Mojave Population of Desert Tortoise
08/01/2008 East Walker River Natural Resource Trustees Seek Comments on Revised Draft Restoration Plan/Environmental Assessment
04/29/2008 Status Review of Bull Trout Completed! Species still threatened in the United States, additional analysis will be done
04/28/2008 Mono Basin Area Population of Greater Sage-Grouse Warrants Review for Possible Protection Under the Endangered Species Act
04/28/2008 Fish and Wildlife Service Extending Request for Information for Greater Sage-Grouse
04/25/2008 Team Lead For Truckee River Water Management Transferred To Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe
02/26/2008 Fish and Wildlife Service to Conduct Status Review of Greater Sage-Grouse
02/05/2008 Economic Analysis of Critical Habitat Proposal for Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Available for Public Review and Comment
01/08/2008 Pygmy Rabbit May Warrant Protection Under the Endangered Species Act

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