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NOAA Seeks Public Comment on Proposal to Protect Threatened Green Sturgeon

NOAA’s Fisheries Service is seeking public comment on a proposed rule that generally prohibits acts that would kill or harm a distinct group of North American green sturgeon that spawn in the Sacramento River. Listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, this distinct segment of green sturgeon is found…


NOAA’s Fisheries Service Proposes Listing Pacific Smelt as Threatened Species

Little Fish Was Once Abundant from California to British Columbia NOAA’s Fisheries Service said today it is proposing to list Pacific smelt as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Final action on the proposal could come as soon as a year from now. Pacific smelt, known officially as eulachon and…


IDNR Releases Biological Stream Ratings for Diversity, Integrity, and Significance

 Stream ratings are an important tool in identifying which streams are the most biologically diverse and have a high degree of integrity SPRINGFIELD, IL – The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) announces the release of biological stream ratings that combine, update, and enhance the two previous approaches for rating…


Pennsylvania Game Commission Tip Line Open to Witness of Game Law Violations

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has established a “Turn-In-a-Poacher” program to strengthen the Commonwealth’s efforts to apprehend people who are suspected of killing threatened or endangered species or multiple big game animals. “The program encourages citizen involvement by offering a reward to callers who provide ‘tips’ that lead to the prosecution…