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7/15/2014: New Guide Helps Conservationists Address Uncertain Future
7/15/2014: Service Awards $16.6 Million in Grants to Support Recreational Boating and Clean Water in 21 States
7/7/2014: Fear of Nature Has Lots of Company
7/2/2014: North American Duck Populations Remain Strong, Wetland Pond Conditions Good, According to 2014 Duck Survey
7/1/2014: Report Shows Declining Trend in Prairie Pothole Wetlands
6/27/2014: Federal Wildlife Agencies Finalize Policy to Improve Implementation of Endangered Species Act
6/27/2014: Put Your Stamp on Conservation! New Federal and Junior Duck Stamps Now on Sale
6/26/2014: Secretary Jewell Announces Conservation Success Story in Down-listing of Wood Stork
6/20/2014: Service Begins Process of Reviewing Eagle Management Objectives, Non-Purposeful Take Permits
6/20/2014: Agencies Extend Public Comment Period on Proposed ESA Critical Habitat Regulations
6/18/2014: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Awards 1.8 Million Dollars in Grants for Work on Deadly Bat Disease
6/12/2014: Fungus that Causes Deadly Bat Disease Discovered in Mississippi
5/30/2014: Exceptional Contributions in Bird Conservation Recognized at International Migratory Bird Day Event
5/23/2014: Service Names Environmental Policy, Law Expert as its New Associate Director
5/20/2014: Service Special Agent Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
5/15/2014: Service Takes Next Steps in Commercial Elephant Ivory Trade Ban, Eases Restrictions on Musical Instruments and Other Us...
5/14/2014: Partners Across the U.S. Celebrate Annual Endangered Species Day
5/12/2014: Tribes in 15 States Receive $4.6 Million From Service for Conservation Work
5/12/2014: More than $16 Million in Grants Will Boost Recreational Boating Across the Nation
5/9/2014: Federal Agencies Propose Revised Rules to Improve Implementation of the Endangered Species Act
5/7/2014: U.S.–Philippines Agreement Aids Global Wildlife Trafficking Prevention Effort
5/6/2014: Tribes in 15 States Receive $4.6 Million From Service for Conservation Work
5/5/2014: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Partners with Rhode Island’s Providence Parks to Engage Urban Communities
5/5/2014: Winners Announced for 2014 Endangered Species Youth Art Contest
5/5/2014: U.S. Fish and Service Lists Kentucky Glade cress and Designates Critical Habitat

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