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  • ... California Game and Fish Commission last week voted to include the possibility of allowing tribes to subsistence fish in some proposed marine protection ...
  • A few years back the Lagunitas Creek watershed's coho numbers cratered. The fish have been steadily regaining ground since, but sprawling residential ... groups have filed suit against Marin County to block a development plan they say threatens the county's salmon habitat. ...
  • A tiny Mojave desert fish that was once thought extinct -- and might still be -- is getting a bit more habitat in a small town near Death Valley National Park. ... declared extinct in 1970 after repeated surveys failed to find any of the tiny fish . In the mid-1980s, biologists were ...
  • ... tortilla. I see people catching fish , some throw them back . They asked me to warm up some of their flour tortillas for ... and made one arrest, according to the department's news blog. The article went on to say that besides fishing without a ...
  • Scuba divers and volunteers from the Ocean Defenders Alliance often embark on dangerous underwater missions, risking their lives to recover abandoned fishing gear that settles hundreds of feet at the ... would remain at the bottom of the ocean , entangling fish and marine life. Correspondent Angie Crouch visits the Ocean ...
  • ... developed under the Marine Life Protection Act to revive damaged ocean habitat will take effect October 1st. [scald=26721:kl_image_original_context]The California Fish and Game Commission chose October 1st, 2011 at its Thursday meeting for ...
  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says a salvage logging plan that might kill 103 Threatened spotted owls poses no danger to the species. [scald=81521:kl_image_large_context ... territories; scavengers would be almost certain to get to any injured or killed owls before biologists could do so. Direct ...
  • ... based in the Owens Valley is applying for a permit to move an endangered desert fish to a specially prepared refuge on ... the last few decades the species' numbers have been set back dramatically by individual largemouth bass that find their way into the ...
  • ... by bean fields, Lundahl's roots in the state stretch back further into the past then those of most Californians. But he's acutely ... environmentalists and allies who had worked with desert tribes to help stop the Ward Valley nuclear waste dump came down on the ...
  • ... with a name too long to acronym that addresses Pacific Ocean fish who divide their time between the U.S. West Coast and places ... process provides a glimmer of hope in a sea of bleak news for Pacific bluefin tuna," said CBD's Catherine Kilduff. "Saving Pacific ... fishermen and conservationists alike to bring bluefin back to healthy levels." ...

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