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Reclassification of the U.S. Breeding Population of the Wood Stork from Endangered to Threatened

Abstract: We plan to make a determination on whether or not to reclassify the wood stork from endangered to threatened. We find that the best available scientific and commercial data indicate that the endangered designation no longer correctly reflects the current status of the continental U.S. breeding population of the wood stork due to a substantial improvement in the species' overall status.
RIN: 1018-AX60
Type: Rule Making

26 Comments

  • See attached file(s)
    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/25/2013
    Submitter Name: Alexzander ...
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    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/26/2013
    Submitter Name: N ...
  • I appreciate the opportunity to provide comments on the proposed reclassification of the w...
    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/26/2013
    Submitter Name: Michael ...
  • See attached file(s)
    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/26/2013
    Submitter Name: Matthew ...
    Organization: South Florida Wildlands Association
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    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/25/2013
    Submitter Name: Timothy ...
    Organization: Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Nongame Section
  • Please find Audubon's comments, data, analysis, and recommendations within the uploaded fi...
    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/26/2013
    Submitter Name: Jason ...
    Organization: Audubon Florida - Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
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    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/25/2013
    Submitter Name: Rob ...
    Organization: Plum Creek
  • See attached file(s)
    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/25/2013
    Submitter Name: Alexander ...
  • Please see attached.
    Public Submission
    Posted: 02/25/2013
    Submitter Name: Ryan ...
  • Peter Frederick's Peer Review (U of Fl)
    Public Submission
    Posted: 06/03/2013
    Submitter Name: Peter ...