Thursday, September 28, 2006

Status review of Snail Kite, Wood Stork and other species

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service will carry out a five-year status review of Snail Kites and Wood Storks, both listed as endangered, as well as 35 threatened and endangered species in Florida, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina.

You're encouraged to provide written comments and information about the species before Nov. 27.

Pertinent information would discuss: (1) species biology, such as population trends, distribution, abundance, demographics and genetics; (2) habitat conditions, including amount, distribution and suitability; (3) conservation measures that have been implemented; (4) threat status and trends; and (5) new data or corrections, including taxonomic or nomenclatural changes; identification of erroneous information contained in the ESA list, and improved analytical methods.

Wood Stork details can be sent
via e-mail to Sandy_MacPhersonATfwsDOTgov
via fax to 904-232-2404 or
via regular mail to
Sandy MacPherson, Jacksonville Field Office, U.S. FWS
6620 Southpoint Drive South, Suite 310
Jacksonville FL 32216

Snail Kite information can be sent
via e-mail to Cindy_SchultzATfwsDOTgov
via fax to 772-562-4288 or
via regular mail to
Cindy Schulz, South Florida Ecological Services Office, U.S. FWS
1339 20th St.
Vero Beach FL 32960

Wood Stork courtesy of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service


Blogger Wetlandman said...

I have created a petition to try and keep the Wood Stork on the Endangered Species List. If you care to participate please go to
Thank You

October 10, 2007 6:23 AM  

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