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USFWS Region: 2

2/26/2016: Playa Country Radio: Celebrating 100 Years of Bird Conservation
2/24/2016: Southwest Region Hosts National Tribal Liaison and Tribal Wildlife Grant Meeting
2/24/2016: The Past is the Marrow of Tomorrow
2/23/2016: Region 2 Employees Recognized by Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society
2/21/2016: Southwest Region’s Douglas HeadRecipient of Refuge Employee of the Year Award!
2/18/2016: 2015 MEXICAN WOLF POPULATION SURVEY REVEALS MORE WORK TO BE DONE BUT STRATEGY REMAINS VIABLE
2/18/2016: Federal Jury In Sherman Convicts Oklahoma Man For Endangered Species Violations
2/18/2016: 2015 MEXICAN WOLF POPULATION SURVEY REVEALS MORE WORK TO BE DONE
2/15/2016: The Hidden Gem of the Rio Yaqui Basin
2/14/2016: Ocelots Make the Best Valentines!
2/3/2016: Ecological Services Biologist, Dave Smith, Receives National Award for Outstanding Achievement in Rangeland Management
2/2/2016: Mexican Wolf Losses
2/2/2016: Mexican Wolf Losses
1/25/2016: City of San Antonio Steps It Up For Monarchs
1/25/2016: Ottine Dam Removal Will Benefit Fish and Wildlife in San Marcos River
1/24/2016: Tishomingo National Fish Hatchery Biologist Discusses Work with Alligator Snapping Turtles and Paddlefish
1/23/2016: Middle Rio Grande Urban Conservation Corps Marks Successful First Year
1/22/2016: Ottine Dam Removal Will Benefit Fish and Wildlife in San Marcos River
1/20/2016: Revised Policy Strengthens Collaboration Between Service, Native American Tribes for Conservation of Shared Natural Her...
1/13/2016: Irish National Sentenced to 12 Months in Prison for Trafficking in Endangered Rhinoceros Horns
1/12/2016: JOHNSTON’S FRANKENIA REMOVED FROM ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
1/12/2016: A Calendar of Great Festivals on or near National Wildlife Refuges
1/8/2016: Rice Farmer Convicted and Fined for Poisoning Birds
1/3/2016: Hopes Run High for the Sonoran Pronghorn
12/30/2015: Excess Threatened Gila Trout to be Stocked for Recreational Angling

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