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        1. A light brown snake with darker black and brown markings on a green vine.Aug 17, 2016

          Fish and Wildlife Service Conducts Five-Year Status Reviews of 14 Caribbean

        2. A white breasted bird with blueish grey feathers.Jun 21, 2016

          U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lists the Elfin-Woods Warbler as a Threatened Species with Exemptions for Shade Coffee

        3. A close up photo of a gray-silver salamander walking on a layer of wet moss.Mar 15, 2016

          Four Southeastern Species Do Not Require Federal Protection, Two Others Under Further Review

        4. A small amphibian with a striped back.Jan 11, 2016

          Fish and Wildlife Service Reviews Petition for Seven Species Found in Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands

        5. A manatee partially covered in algae looks directly into the camera surrounded by a school of fish.Jan 7, 2016

          U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Reclassify West Indian Manatee from Endangered to Threatened

        6. A white breasted bird with blueish grey feathers.Sep 29, 2015

          Service Proposes to List the Elfin-woods Warbler

        7. A bright green parrot with red markings around it's beak spreads it's wings.Aug 13, 2015

          Significant achievement in the transfer of Puerto Rican parrots to the Maricao Commonwealth Forest

        8. A strange looking salamander with horns.Sep 22, 2014

          Fish and Wildlife Service Conducts Five-Year Status Reviews of 27 Southeastern Species

        9. Bright yellow flowers for an agave plant.May 20, 2014

          Service Seeks Comments on Draft Economic Analysis, Re-opens Comment Period on Proposal to Designate Critical Habitat for Three Caribbean Plants

        10. A grass like plant with a large geometric shaped bulb.May 19, 2014

          Fish and Wildlife Service conducts five-year status reviews of 33 southeastern species

        11. A tiny yellow/orange frog with big round eyes.Oct 3, 2012

          Service Protects Coqui Llanero Under the Endangered Species Act

        12. A gray bird with brown spots on its white breast.Aug 14, 2012

          Review will find if rare songbird needs Endangered Species Act protection

        13. Small white flowers with shiny green centers emerge from a stem.Jul 3, 2012

          Service Says Listing Caribbean Mayten 'Not Warranted'

        14. A tall rocky island emerging from a choppy blue sea.Jul 29, 2011

          Service Seeks Comments on Environmental Assessment - Restoring Wildlife Habitat on Desecheo Island

        15. A bright orange butterfly perched on a yellow flower.Apr 29, 2010

          The Puerto Rican Harlequin Butterfly May Warrant Protection Under the Endangered Species Act

        16. A brown and white bird with whiskers and a short, sharp beak.Apr 9, 2010

          Fish and Wildlife Service conducts five-year status reviews of 15 species in the Caribbean

        17. A white bird with a black cap and forked tail flying in front of a blue sky.Apr 5, 2010

          Fish and Wildlife Service Conducts Five-year Status Review for Roseate Tern

        18. Hundreds of brown pelicans cover a vegetated beach.Nov 11, 2009

          Brown Pelican Populations Recovered, Removed from Endangered Species List

        19. A tiny yellow/orange frog with big round eyes.Jul 8, 2009

          Coqui Llanero May Warrant Protection Under Endangered Species Act

        20. Storm surge from the ocean cuts through a barrier island.Jun 29, 2009

          Service Will Host Public Meetings on Coastal Barrier Resources System Pilot Project Units

        21. A bright green parrot with red markings around it's beak spreads it's wings.Jun 17, 2009

          Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Plan Available

        22. Three small black bear cubs yawning in unison.May 13, 2009

          Fish and Wildlife Service Celebrates Endangered Species Day

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