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Apache Trout Species Status Assessment and Cooperative Management Plan

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2019-09-01 05:00:00
End
2023-08-31 05:00:00

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Daniel Dauwalter(Principal Investigator), Science Applications - Region 2(Point of Contact), Apache Trout Species Status Assessment and Cooperative Management Plan, https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5da62e1fe4b09fd3b0c9bbe8

Summary

Significant progress has been made toward the recovery of the threatened Apache Trout. Major threats were removed including hybridization, logging, and overharvest. Remaining threats are being managed and are manageable. Partners agree that it is time to evaluate if the Apache Trout still warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The Apache Trout is a “conservation-reliant species,” meaning that it will need continued active population- and threat-management related to predation and competition from nonnative trout species. Therefore, a long-term CMP is essential to analyzing the species’ status relative to potential delisting. An Apache Trout SSA and CMP are both prerequisite documents needed for the USFWS to complete [...]

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year2019
fundingSources
amount105417.0
recipientTrout Unlimited
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds105417.0
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valueF19AC00739
totalFunds105417.0

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