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Latest U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service Items
A biologist who has studied the decline in Vermont's bat populations since white nose syndrome started killing tens of thousands almost a decade ago says he thinks the worst of the epidemic is over and at least one affected species is beginning to recover.
Conservation groups are seeking federal Endangered Species Act protection for a rare beach flower found in Oregon and California.
State officials say no signs of Asian carp were found during searches of Michigan rivers and inland lakes last year.
Authorities at the southern Arizona border have seized what is believed to be the pelt of a large ocelot, which is an endangered species.
Amazing photos posted Wednesday by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service show an otter making a meal out of an alligator at Florida's Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released an updated recovery plan for an endangered fish species found in the Missouri and Mississippi rivers.
Federal wildlife officials Tuesday set aside nearly 1,200 square miles along the U.S.-Mexico border as habitat essential for the conservation of the jaguar, a species that hasn't been spotted in New Mexico in eight years and one that has made only fleeting appearances on wildlife cameras in Arizona's Santa Rita Mountains.
The state paid $18,000 in rewards last year to those whose tips helped arrest 68 people accused of killing protected animals, poaching and other wildlife violations, according to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Deep divisions in Nevada's approach to sage grouse have resurfaced in the state's fragile attempt to keep the bird off the list of endangered species and avoid economic consequences for ranching, mining and alternative energy development across large swaths of land.