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Category: Specific Organisms :: Birds
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Report: Nearly all native birds in Hawaii in peril (AP) 20.3.2009 Yahoo: US National
AP - Hawaii's native avian population is in peril, with nearly all the state's birds in danger of becoming extinct, a federal report says.
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Some bird populations plummet amid US development 20.3.2009 Boston Globe: Nation
WASHINGTON - Several major bird populations have plummeted over the past four decades as development transformed the nation's landscape, but conservation efforts have managed to stave off potential extinctions of others, according to a comprehensive survey released yesterday by the Interior Department and outside specialists.
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Federal report: Nearly all of Hawaii's native birds are threatened with extinction 20.3.2009 Star Tribune: Nation
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Federal report highlights threat to Hawaii birds (AP) 20.3.2009 Yahoo: US National
AP - Hawaii's native avian population is in peril, with nearly all the state's birds in danger of becoming extinct, a federal report says.
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Federal report: Nearly all of Hawaii's native birds are threatened with extinction 20.3.2009 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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Federal report highlights threat to Hawaii birds 20.3.2009 AP National
HONOLULU (AP) -- Hawaii's native avian population is in peril, with nearly all the state's birds in danger of becoming extinct, a federal report says....
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Federal report: Nearly all of Hawaii's native birds are threatened with extinction 20.3.2009 Star Tribune: Nation
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Federal report highlights threat to Hawaii birds 20.3.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Hawaii's native avian population is in peril, with nearly all the state's birds in danger of becoming extinct, a federal report says.
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Federal report highlights threat to Hawaii birds 20.3.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Hawaii's native avian population is in peril, with nearly all the state's birds in danger of becoming extinct, a federal report says.
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State of the birds: Mixed 20.3.2009 LA Times: Environment
Conservation efforts have saved the peregrine falcon and others, but many species are in decline. Several major bird populations have plummeted over the last four decades as development transformed the nation's landscape, but conservation efforts have managed to stave off potential extinctions of others, according to a comprehensive survey released Thursday by the Interior Department and outside ...
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State of the birds: Mixed 20.3.2009 LA Times: Nation
Conservation efforts have saved the peregrine falcon and others, but many species are in decline. Several major bird populations have plummeted over the last four decades as development transformed the nation's landscape, but conservation efforts have managed to stave off potential extinctions of others, according to a comprehensive survey released Thursday by the Interior Department and outside ...
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One Third of U.S. Bird Species Endangered, Survey Finds 20.3.2009 NYT > Environment
The survey found that over the last four decades, grassland birds had declined by 40 percent and birds in arid lands by 30 percent.

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Search for energy puts birds at risk, study says 20.3.2009 Twincities.com: Nation
WASHINGTON — As the Obama administration pursues more homegrown energy sources, a new Energy Department report faults energy production of all types — wind, ethanol and mountaintop coal mining — for contributing to steep drops in bird populations.

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New “State of the Birds” Report: We Might Not Have Any Soon 20.3.2009 GOOD
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar issued the first ever “The U.S. State of the Birds” report today. According to the report, 251 out of 800 bird species in the United States are either federally listed as “endangered” or “threatened” or are a “conservation concern” because of declining populations, and bird populations in Hawaii are “in crisis.” So one third of all bird species in America are in trouble. I don’t rely on these birds in my…

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Many U.S. Bird Species Seen at Risk 20.3.2009 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Nearly a third of U.S. bird species are at risk due to habitat loss, invasive species and other threats, a government study found.
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Some birds teeter near extinction 20.3.2009 CNN: Top Stories
Bird populations native to several areas of the globe are in decline, with some teetering on the brink of extinction, according to a multi-agency report, the first of its kind, released Thursday.
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Being Frank 20.3.2009 ICT - Opinion
We’re marking an important milestone in cooperative salmon co-management this year. It’s the 25th anniversary of the North of Falcon process for setting treaty tribal and non-Indian fishing seasons in western Washington.
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Many U.S. Bird Species Seen at Risk 20.3.2009 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Nearly a third of U.S. bird species are at risk due to habitat loss, invasive species and other threats, a government study found.
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Several U.S. Bird Populations Plummet Due to Habitat Loss 20.3.2009 Washington Post: Nation
Several major bird populations have plummeted over the past four decades across the United States as development transformed the nation's landscape, according to a comprehensive survey released today by the Interior Department and outside experts, but conservation efforts have managed to stave of... ...
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Furthering Conservation, Avoiding Conflict in the Sagebrush 20.3.2009 Main Feed - Environmental Defense
Around mid-summer, Ken Salazar, the new U.S. Secretary of the Interior, is expected to announce an Endangered Species Act decision with wide-ranging implications for 11 western states. Listing the greater sage-grouse ( Centrocercus urophasianus ) as threatened or endangered could affect oil and gas development, and also wind energy sites. Rangelands also widely overlap with grouse habitat. Longtime Idaho Statesman environmental reporter Rocky Barker says a sage-grouse listing could ignite a controversy with ranchers reminiscent of the one with loggers when the northern spotted owl ( Strix occidentalis ) was listed in the late 1980s. Fortunately a repeat of that tempest isn’t inevitable. In recent years, CCI has been working alongside ...
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