First recovery plan approved 12/7/1981. First revision approved June 1987. Second revision approved: 3/13/1995. The Florida panther is the last subspecies of Puma still surviving in the eastern United States. Historically occurring throughout the...
Global wind patterns help to move millions of migrating birds and bats through the Great Lakes
region, where shorelines provide important stopover habitat. Shorelines are thought to
concentrate migrants, as they offer a last refuge near a...
Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Species of concern; Amphibians; Relocation;
Juvenile Pacific Giant Salamanders are one of the species being captured and relocated safely out of the construction area. Hoop nets are one of the techniques for removing and relocating fish and amphibians from agricultural ditches that are being...
More than 1,500 rough-skinned newts were rescued and relocated from the construction site in a single day last week. Newts are the most abundant amphibian species being found in ditches that are being filled.
Seventy-five years of successful
wildlife management is the
remarkable legacy of the
Restoration Act, and the cause
of our 75th celebration. Along
with the Dingell-Johnson Sport
Fish Restoration Act, it is the