Fish and Wildlife Division posts

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U.S. Court Of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Hears Oral Arguments on Challenge to the Council's 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program
On May 11, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit heard oral arguments in Seattle from the attorneys representing the Northwest Resource ...
May 23

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U.S. Court Of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Hears Oral Arguments on Challenge to the Council's 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program

On May 11, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit heard oral arguments in Seattle from the attorneys representing the Northwest Resource ...

May 23  /  Carol Winkel





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Mussel Alert
Zebra and quagga mussel larvae discovered in several Montana water bodies in November prompted a defensive action to keep the damaging species from invading other Northwest water bodies. Federal money is on the way to help the fight.
Dec 16

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Mussel Alert

Zebra and quagga mussel larvae discovered in several Montana water bodies in November prompted a defensive action to keep the damaging species from invading other Northwest water bodies. Federal money is on the way to help the fight.

Dec 16  /  John Harrison



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Invasive Mussels Discovered in Montana, Governor Declares Statewide Natural Resource Emergency
Montana Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order on November 30 declaring a statewide natural resource emergency for due to the detection invasive aquatic mussel larvae
Dec 5

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Invasive Mussels Discovered in Montana, Governor Declares Statewide Natural Resource Emergency

Montana Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order on November 30 declaring a statewide natural resource emergency for due to the detection invasive aquatic mussel larvae

Dec 5  /  Carol Winkel


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Moving Fish Over High Dams
In response to a strategy in the Council's 2014 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program, a paper by the Council's staff reviews ways that fish are moved past tall or "high head" dams. The paper uses examples of fish passage at dams in the Northwest and elsewhere.
Dec 29

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Moving Fish Over High Dams

In response to a strategy in the Council's 2014 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program, a paper by the Council's staff reviews ways that fish are moved past tall or "high head" dams. The paper uses examples of fish passage at dams in the Northwest and elsewhere.

Dec 29  /  John Harrison