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Removal of Wyoming's Gray Wolves from Endangered Species List Final Step in Historic Recovery Across Northern Rockies
Recovery of the gray wolf in the Northern Rocky Mountains is one of our nation's greatest conservation success stories. Today, that success was re-affirmed with the filing by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of a notice again delisting the species in the state of Wyoming...
Florida manatees are gentle and slow moving mammals that occur primarily in Florida and southeastern Georgia, usually in freshwater, brackish, and saltwater habitats...
Photo credit: USFWS
Puerto Rican Parrot
The Puerto Rican Parrot, an endemic bird to Puerto Rico, was abundant throughout the island, and also the islands of Culebra, Vieques and Mona. It is estimated that when the Spaniards colonized Puerto Rico, the population of parrots was about a million individuals.
Photo credit: Tom MacKenzie/USFWS
The Kirtland's warbler, an endangered species, is a songbird that nests in young jack pine stands...
Photo credit: Joel Trick/USFWS
Outdoor Nevada | Moapa Dace
John Burke of Outdoor Nevada visits with some experts who are trying to save this endangered fish, which only live in the waters of the Warm Springs Wildlife Area.
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