A warmer ocean has been linked to sightings of unusual species of seabirds, fish and marine mammals rarely seen in the northern Pacific. Read More . . .
United States, Mexico and Japan propose to reduce the catch of Pacific bluefin tuna in the eastern Pacific Ocean, a critical step in rebuilding the population of this overfished species. Read More . . .
NOAA Fisheries is providing guidelines to prevent further loss of one of nature’s most valuable and productive habitats in the marine environment—eelgrass. Read More . . .
Partners are coming together to do something no one in California has ever done before – restore an entire watershed from the headwaters to the sea to help recover endangered coho salmon. Read More . . .
Endangered Snake River sockeye salmon are regaining the fitness of their wild ancestors, with naturally spawned juveniles migrating to the ocean and returning as adults at a much higher rate. Read More . . .
- Puget Sound
- Columbia & Snake
Columbia & Snake Basins
Willamette River Basin
Klamath River Basin
- Central Valley
Central Valley Projects
- Endangered Idaho sockeye regaining fitness advantage
- Comment period extended for Puget Sound hatchery programs draft environmental impact statement, now closing Jan. 23, 2015.
- NOAA Fisheries designates critical habitat for Puget Sound rockfish.
- NOAA Fisheries releases California Eelgrass Mitigation Policy & Implementing Guidelines.
- San Pedro-Terminal Island tuna fishery oral histories project now underway.
- We are requesting proposals for the FY2014/2015 Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program. The solicitation is open for 60 days and closes on December 15, 2014.
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