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Ranchers lose to bull trout habitat; USFWS quadruples habitat for endangered fish, hikes scrutiny of grazing on federal land, Capital Press 10/14/10
Bull Trout Comment Period Extended to April 5
Feds review Bull Trout habitat, H&N, posted to KBC 2/15/10
Public Info meeting, critical habitat for bull trout, Chiloquin 2/3/10
Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Designation of Critical Habitat for the Bull Trout, FWS posted to KBC 10/6/05
PRESS RELEASE: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Designates Critical
Habitat For Bull Trout, posted to KBC 9/24/05.
Federal Columbia River Power System has spent $3.3 billion on
restoration of habitat in the river system over the past 20 years, most
of which benefited bull trout"
"Fish and Wildlife Service today
Agency Lake off (bull trout) habitat list, H&N 9/24/05. "Fish and Wildlife officials said Friday they plan to designate 3,780 miles of streams and 110,364 of lakes and reservoirs in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana as bull trout critical habitat"
Bull Trout comments by June 24
Bull Trout, by Rudy Hiley, Tulelake 11/16/04.
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