Foreign Species Listing Workplan

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Foreign Species Listing Workplan

In order to provide the best possible conservation for imperiled species worldwide, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service developed a workplan for addressing Endangered Species Act listing decisions on foreign (non-U.S.) species throughout the next six years.

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Close up of a California condor. Its pink featherless head contrasts with its black feathers.
We provide national leadership in the recovery and conservation of our nation's imperiled plant and animal species, working with experts in the scientific community to identify species on the verge of extinction and to build the road to recovery to bring them back. We work with a range of public...
A duck flies over a tundra pond.
We use the best scientific information available to determine whether to add a species to (list) or remove from (delist) the federal lists of endangered and threatened wildlife and plants. We also determine whether already listed species should be reclassified from threatened to endangered (uplist...
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Endangered and/or Threatened species