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  • Oregon Zoo's Pacific Lamprey Exhibit Showcases the Power of Collaboration Between the Service, Tribes, and Conservation Partners

    Cultural Connections display at the Oregon Zoo Pacific Lamprey Exhibit

    When Oregon’s first Pacific Lamprey zoo exhibit officially debuted on World Rivers Day 2019, the unique fish wasn’t the only thing on display. 

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    Youth fishing at Henry Hagg Lake

    The amazing thing about fishing it that, with a little patience and perseverance, almost anybody can do it. This was on display as nearly 1,500 people attended the I’m Hooked, “Making a Reel Difference” event at Henry Hagg Lake June 1st and 2nd, and most didn’t leave empty handed.

     

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  • Junior Ranger Let's Go Fishing!

    Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery is the first Pacific Region Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program station to pilot Junior Ranger Let's Go Fishing!, a collaborative partnership between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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  • 2017 Program Highlights Report Released

    2017 was a year highlighted by the power of partnerships. The 'Our Legacy, Our Future' report outlines our conservation successes, made possible by collaborations with Tribes, states, non-profit organizations, landowners, and many others.  

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Program Updates

New Manual to Facilitate Compliance for Rapid Response

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,  Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, Creative Resource Strategies LLC, and many contributing partners produced a manual to facilitate compliance with section 7 of the Endangered Species Act during Dreissenid mussel rapid response in the Columbia River Basin. 

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Last Updated: December 06, 2019
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