Bring back the natives : final submission
Bring back the natives, a joint submission from the USDA Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management
Bring back the natives, national opportunities to improve habitat of native aquatic species
Williams, Cindy Deacon.
Williams, Jack Edward.
United States. Bureau of Land Management.
United States. Forest Service.
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (U.S.)
[Washington, D.C.?], U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1992
"The National Forest Service (NFS) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public lands provide many of the best remaining opportunities to conserve our aquatic biological diversity. These lands provide habitat for 59 (68%) of the 87 species and subspecies of fishes that are listed as threatened or endangered pursuant to the Endangered Species Act. Sixty-nine candidate fish species and numerous other sensitive species occur on NFS and BLM public lands. This grant application presents 34 outstanding opportunities to improve habitat conditions for aquatic species"--Page 1.
Project directors: Cindy Deacon Williams ; Jack E. Williams.
Fish habitat improvement
Wildlife habitat improvement
SH157.8 .B75 1992b
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