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7/2001 Comments on Permits to Capture Northern Sea Otters in Alaska for Display in Japanese Aquaria »
Now is a good time to ‘bear-proof’ property, wildlife advocates say
New Mexico District Court decision in Rio Grande Silvery Minnow legal case
In early February, 2002, a radio-collared female gray wolf found her way from northwestern Montana to Washington's northeastern "Forgotten Corner" in Pend Oreille County.
In April 2001, Defenders of Wildlife commissioned a study on the feasibility of developing a biodiversity strategy project in Washington. The study triggered the introduction of a bill in Washington calling for the development of a state biodiversity strategy. Read the study, written by Joe La Tourette and B. Wayne Luscombe, Ph. D.
Numerous examples abound of landowner incentive programs making a difference on the ground.