Maine Affiliate Calls for Cooperation on Salmon Recovery

May 2000
International Wildlife;May/Jun2000, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p8
Reports the controversy regarding the petition of adding the Atlantic salmon into the federal endangered species list in Maine. List of organizations opposing and supporting the petition; Reasons raised by oppositionist for blocking the petition; Strategies employed by the Maine Audubon Society and the Atlantic Salmon Federation for the protection of the Atlantic salmon.


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