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Greater Sage-Grouse Range-wide Issues Forum

goshawk in flightThe Forest Service National Wildlife Ecology Unit joined with other federal agencies to plan and conduct a workshop held in April 2006 to discuss the science and technology needed for compatible development of energy resources and conservation of raptors. 

Seventy-seven invitees were present representing federal and state agencies, energy industries, and non-governmental organizations.  A report reflects outcomes of the workshop, including recommendations for follow-up actions and strategies for maintaining the momentum and partnerships initiated at the workshop.

Read the report from this workshop:

Balancing Energy Development and Raptor Conservation in the Western United States: Workshop Summary Report

 






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Wildlife Ecology Unit
Author: Christina D. Vojta
Email: cvojta@fs.fed.us
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