Grand Lake Stream, ME – September 12, 2008: The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, comprised of members of Congress and federal cabinet secretaries and supported by staff from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, on Tuesday approved a wetland conservation proposal from the Downeast Lakes

Number of Imperiled Freshwater and Diadromous Fishes Grows Dramatically

Bethesda, Md. – Nearly 40% of North American freshwater fish species are imperiled, according to a new status report from the American Fisheries Society (AFS). The first update to the AFS imperiled freshwater species list in nearly 20 years now includes 700 taxa (species, subspecies, and

Roadless Plan

Plan will conserve valuable fish and wildlife habitat, sustain hunting and fishing in backcountry areas

WASHINGTON – Following the release of a management plan for Idaho’s national forest roadless areas, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership today announced its support