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1/30/2019: Recovery Criteria Amended for 42 Endangered Species, To Assist Service and Partners Measure Progress and Address Threat
12/17/2018: Service Requests Public Input on Proposed Changes to Coastal Barrier Resources System in Six States Affected by Hurrica...
12/10/2018: National Wildlife Refuges Announce 2019 Fee-Free Days
10/11/2018: U.S. Government Bolsters Overseas Law Enforcement Capacity to Combat Illegal Trade in Wildlife
10/11/2018: Celebrate the Natural Heritage of Your Public Lands by Visiting a National Wildlife Refuge near You during Refuge Week:...
9/18/2018: Minnesota Artist Scot Storm and the $40 Million Duck Stamp
9/5/2018: Service Provides $1 Million to States to Combat Bat-Killing Fungal Disease
9/5/2018: Interior Announces More Than $36 Million to Boost Wetland, Waterfowl Conservation, Access to Public Lands
9/4/2018: Brazil’s Golden Conure Improves Status, Easing Import Restrictions Under the Endangered Species Act
8/10/2018: South American Macaw Protected Under Endangered Species Act
8/8/2018: Songbirds, Shorebirds and Other Migratory Birds to Benefit from $18 Million in Funding Throughout the Americas
7/27/2018: Tiger Rescued From Smugglers Finds Permanent Sanctuary in San Diego County, CA
7/19/2018: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA Fisheries Seek Public Input on Proposed Reforms to Improve & Modernize Implemen...
6/26/2018: Service Completes Initial Reviews on Petitions to List the Oregon Vesper Sparrow and Recently-Discovered Toad, and Deli...
6/1/2018: ‘Catch the Summer Fun’; Fishing is the ‘Reel’ Deal at National Fish Hatcheries and National Wildlife Refuges
5/21/2018: Secretary Zinke Proposes Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities at 30 of America’s National Wildlife Refuges
5/15/2018: Collaborative Conservation Efforts Put Once Near Extinct Texas Cactus on Path to Recovery, Prompt Change in Federal Pro...
4/25/2018: Secretary Zinke Announces Grants to Boost to Wetland, Waterfowl Conservation, Access to Public Lands
4/20/2018: Interior and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announce Winner of National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest
4/17/2018: Bi-national Success – Lesser Long-nosed Bat Has Recovered
4/16/2018: Service to Move Forward on Petition to Delist Cape Mountain Zebra, Retains ESA Protections for Preble’s Meadow Jumping ...
4/13/2018: Black-Capped Vireo Soars to Recovery Thanks to Conservation Partnerships; Service Delists the Songbird from ESA
4/11/2018: Service and Partners Celebrate Remarkable Conservation Victory as Once Critically Imperiled Songbird Declared Saved fro...
3/20/2018: Federal Duck Stamp Theme Will Celebrate the Conservation Achievement of Waterfowl Hunters in 2018
3/12/2018: Service Announces Proposed Changes to Coastal Barrier Resources System in Four States Affected by Hurricane Sandy

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