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12/19/2017: Southern Georgia Named ‘Sentinel Landscape’ for Readiness Enhancement
12/6/2017: Ice Fishing: Thanks for the Family Memories
11/29/2017: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Solicits Public Input on Proposal to Celebrate the Conservation Achievement of Waterfowl...
11/21/2017: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA Fisheries Solicit Public Input on Conservation Agreements Policy under the Enda...
11/14/2017: Service’s Environmental Assessment Balances Protection of Aquaculture with Conservation of Cormorant Populations
11/7/2017: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Expands Hunting and Fishing Opportunities at 10 National Wildlife Refuges
11/3/2017: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Solicits Public Input on Mitigation Policies
11/1/2017: Wild Facts About That Thanksgiving Bird
10/10/2017: Voluntary Conservation Program to Benefit the Endangered Houston Toad
10/4/2017: Celebrate the Myriad Benefits of National Wildlife Refuges During Refuge Week October 8-14
9/16/2017: Minnesota Artist Bob Hautman Wins 2017 Federal Duck Stamp Contest
9/7/2017: New 5-Year Report Shows 101.6 Million Americans Participated in Hunting, Fishing & Wildlife Activities
9/7/2017: Secretary Zinke Announces Boost to Wetland, Waterfowl Conservation, Access to Public Lands Through Conservation Grants,...
8/15/2017: Deputy Secretary Bernhardt Announces More Than $52 Million in Federal Funding To Bolster Tribal, State Wildlife Conserv...
8/9/2017: Secretary Zinke Expands Hunting and Fishing Opportunities at 10 National Wildlife Refuges
8/2/2017: Total Solar Eclipse and Wildlife: More than a Dozen Wildlife Refuges in the Path
7/25/2017: Campsites or Cabins? Find Camping Variety on National Wildlife Refuges
7/17/2017: Service Provides 1 Million Dollars to States to Combat Bat-Killing Fungal Disease
7/11/2017: Songbirds, Shorebirds and Other Migratory Birds to Benefit from Nearly $18 Million in Funding Throughout the Americas
6/27/2017: Reclusive woman donates $800,000 to National Wildlife Refuges, parks across the West
6/23/2017: New Federal Duck Stamp Flies Into Stores
6/22/2017: Secretary Zinke Announces Delisting of Yellowstone Grizzly Bear
6/2/2017: When School’s Out, Fishing is In at National Fish Hatcheries and National Wildlife Refuges Across the Country
5/23/2017: President Proposes $1.3 Billion FY 2018 Budget for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
5/17/2017: Perfect Pairs

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