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The purposes of this final management plan are: 1. To describe wildlife viewing, interpretation, and photography opportunities within the Skilak WRA; 2. To identify development of compatible facilities and programs to facilitate wildlife viewing, interpretation, and photography opportunities within the Skilak WRA; and, 3. To identify other wildlife-dependent recreation opportunities that do not conflict with #1 & #2 above.
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: A1-US Refuges
This Comprehensive Conservation Plan is a revision of the 1988 plan currently used to manage Arctic Refuge. The revised plan describes six alternatives for Refuge management and assesses the effects of implementing each of the alternatives. The document, with links below, is divided into four volumes: an introduction, appendices, comment analysis, and sample of public comments.
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: A1-US Refuges
The purposes of this final management plan are: 1. To describe wildlife viewing, interpretation, and photography opportunities within the Skilak WRA; 2. To identify development of compatible facilities and programs to facilitate wildlife viewing, interpretation, and photography opportunities within the Skilak WRA; and, 3. To identify other wildlife-dependent recreation opportunities that do not conflict with #1 & #2 above.
Since listing, the status of wood bison has improved because enactment and enforcement of national and international laws and treaties have minimized the impacts of hunting and trade, and reintroduction of disease-free herds has increased the number of free-ranging herds in Canada from 1 population of 300 in 1978, to 7 populations totaling 4,414 bison in 2008. In 1974, the first list of federally protected species under the 1973 Endangered Species Act (Act; 16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.) appeared in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and the wood bison appeared on this list based on its inclusion on the original 1969 list. Because the wood bison was listed under the 1969 Endangered Species Conservation Act and grandfathered...
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The purposes of this final management plan are: 1. To describe wildlife viewing, interpretation, and photography opportunities within the Skilak WRA; 2. To identify development of compatible facilities and programs to facilitate wildlife viewing, interpretation, and photography opportunities within the Skilak WRA; and, 3. To identify other wildlife-dependent recreation opportunities that do not conflict with #1 & #2 above.
Since listing, the status of wood bison has improved because enactment and enforcement of national and international laws and treaties have minimized the impacts of hunting and trade, and reintroduction of disease-free herds has increased the number of free-ranging herds in Canada from 1 population of 300 in 1978, to 7 populations totaling 4,414 bison in 2008. In 1974, the first list of federally protected species under the 1973 Endangered Species Act (Act; 16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.) appeared in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and the wood bison appeared on this list based on its inclusion on the original 1969 list. Because the wood bison was listed under the 1969 Endangered Species Conservation Act and grandfathered...
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Environmental Contaminants Program: To protect, improve and restore the quality of fish, wildlife and habitat resources through the identification, prevention and correction of environmental contaminant problems in Alaska. [The page provides links to the following documents:] Contaminant Studies and Technical Reports Organochlorine Analysis in Burbot (Lota lota) (pdf. 451 KB) Contaminants in Peregrine Falcon Eggs Peregrine Falcon Population Trends: Porcupine River, Alaska Contaminant Assessment: Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Kensington Mine Area: Baseline Contaminants Study Contaminant Data: Selawik Wildlife Refuge (pdf. 7,513 KB) Contaminant Data: Nowitna Wildlife Refuge (pdf. 1,971 KB) Metal Analyses at Kanuti...
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This Comprehensive Conservation Plan is a revision of the 1988 plan currently used to manage Arctic Refuge. The revised plan describes six alternatives for Refuge management and assesses the effects of implementing each of the alternatives. The document, with links below, is divided into four volumes: an introduction, appendices, comment analysis, and sample of public comments.
Since listing, the status of wood bison has improved because enactment and enforcement of national and international laws and treaties have minimized the impacts of hunting and trade, and reintroduction of disease-free herds has increased the number of free-ranging herds in Canada from 1 population of 300 in 1978, to 7 populations totaling 4,414 bison in 2008. In 1974, the first list of federally protected species under the 1973 Endangered Species Act (Act; 16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.) appeared in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and the wood bison appeared on this list based on its inclusion on the original 1969 list. Because the wood bison was listed under the 1969 Endangered Species Conservation Act and grandfathered...
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: A1-Wildlife


map background search result map search result map Draft revised comprehensive conservation plan and environmental assessment for the Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge Revised comprehensive conservation plan summary: Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge Remediating and monitoring white phosphorus contamination at Eagle River Flats (Operable Unit C), Fort Richardson, Alaska Western Arctic caribou herd cooperative management plan, 2002-2012: approved by the Western Arctic Caribou Herd Working Group as the basis for producing a public review draft plan Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Revised Comprehensive Conservation Plan.Final Environmental Impact Statement Wilderness Review. Wild and Scenic River Review Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area, revised final management plan Western Arctic caribou herd cooperative management plan Remediating and monitoring white phosphorus contamination at Eagle River Flats (Operable Unit C), Fort Richardson, Alaska Revised comprehensive conservation plan summary: Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge Draft revised comprehensive conservation plan and environmental assessment for the Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area, revised final management plan Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Revised Comprehensive Conservation Plan.Final Environmental Impact Statement Wilderness Review. Wild and Scenic River Review Western Arctic caribou herd cooperative management plan, 2002-2012: approved by the Western Arctic Caribou Herd Working Group as the basis for producing a public review draft plan Western Arctic caribou herd cooperative management plan