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12/9/2008: SERVICE INCREASES INSPECTION FEES, SETS NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR WILDLIFE TRADE
9/26/2008: Alaska National Wildlife Refuge Week Events
9/11/2008: Fish Passage Program Restores Habitat in Alaska
9/5/2008: Decision on Proposed Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge Land Exchange Delayed
9/4/2008: Help Minimize the Disturbance of Walruses along the Chukchi Sea Coast
7/11/2008: Tok to Get New Public Lands Information Center and Rest Area
6/10/2008: Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Incidental Take Regulations for Marine Mammals Associated with Energy Exploration i...
5/5/2008: Donation of 12,580 Acres Benefits Alaska National Wildlife Refuges
5/2/2008: International Migratory Bird Day at the Zoo Coming May 11
4/15/2008: Fish & Wildlife Service Takes on Seabird Restoration of Rat Island
4/1/2008: Service Will Re-open Public Comment Period on Yukon Flats Land Exchange DEIS
4/1/2008: ALASKA MIGRATORY BIRD CO-MANAGEMENT COUNCIL MEETING, April 2-3, 2008
4/1/2008: Secretary Kempthorne Announces $4.5 Million for Migratory Bird Conservation
3/25/2008: Matanuska-Susitna Salmon Conservation Partnership Recognized
3/25/2008: No H5N1 “Bird Flu” Found in Alaska in 2007
3/24/2008: Alaska Tribes Receive $778,000 in Grants
2/4/2008: Thanking Partners for Kodiak Bald Eagle Incident Assistance
2/4/2008: “Proposed Land Impact Statement” Released and Comment Period Opens
2/2/2008: U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE PROPOSES INSPECTION FEE INCREASES, NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR WILDLIFE TRADE
11/14/2007: Service Announces New Chief of Alaska Refuge Law Enforcement
11/8/2007: Queen Charlotte Goshawk Response Announced
10/17/2007: New Manager Named at Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge
9/24/2007: U.S./Russia Polar Bear Treaty Enacted
9/17/2007: New Information Leads to 15-Day Reopening of Polar Bear Comment Period
8/16/2007: Alaska Tribes Invited to Submit Proposals for Fish and Wildlife Projects

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