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  • ... take on California's largest birds, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to change the permitting system -- and it may not ... extend the life of "take" permits for bald and golden eagles to 30 years from the current five-year maximum. "Take permits" are ...
  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is considering eliminating most public oversight of wind turbine impacts on protected bald and golden eagles by offering developers 30-year permits to kill eagles by accident, ... be much lower as participants in the previous review may well have retired or died in the three decades intervening. Neither bald ...
  • U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service staff had told Director Dan Ashe that his eagle "take ... operators who wanted 30-tear permits to injure kill or eagles will have to wait a while longer | Photo: Nathan ... limits permit tenure to five years or less because factors may change over a longer period of time such that a take authorized much ...
  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is looking for public comment on a proposal to allow a ... their 50 turbines be allowed to kill or harm the eagles under the "legal take" provisions of the U.S. Bald and Golden ... but tribal opposition to that project has set its schedule back significantly. If granted, Shiloh IV's eagle take permit would run ...
  • Renewable development, if done carelessly, can harm wildlife populations. Scientists gathering in Oakland this week discuss how, ... are year-round tree-roosting species, suggesting that bats may mistake tall turbine towers for ... to discuss just how devastating climate change will be to the planet's non-human denizens. The conference's official mascot is ...
  • ... the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act that protect eagles , it would send a message not by way of a press release, but by way ... they're of extreme importance to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). At least compared to eagles . Configure ...
  • ... shutdown of the federal government: An has pushed back the deadline for public comments on a Northern California wind project's ... shutdown of the federal government: the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service has pushed back the deadline for public comments on a ...
  • ... bird protection organization have sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over the agency's decision to extend the length of ... issued to the wind power industry to kill bald and golden eagles . [scald=56715:kl_image_original_context ... limits permit tenure to five years or less because factors may change over a longer period of time such that a take authorized much ...
  • A researcher at UC Riverside thinks he may have a way to help build the kind of microscopic structures that can ... grind rock in seawater. The chiton has to grow its teeth back non-stop somehow, so that it doesn't starve to death. Kisailus found ...
  • A southern California wildlife biologist sentenced today for handling eagles without a license may have performed similar tasks for wind power companies while he was ...

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