Grizzly Bear Management: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution of the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, First Session, July 1, 1985-Great Falls, MT; September 3, 1985-Rexburg, ID.

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Page 181 - take" means to harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, or collect, or to attempt to engage in any such conduct. (15) The term "threatened species" means any species which is likely to become an endangered species within the foreseeable future throughout all or a significant portion of its range.
Page 145 - The US Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the National Park Service have all expressed intense interest in improving this route.
Page 55 - Fund, including $450 million for state and local agencies with remainder for Federal acquisition programs. Amounts sufficient to plan for, and appropriately develop and maintain socially and ecologically acceptable recreation experiences on lands administered by the National Park Service, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and Fish and Wildlife Service, A fiscal year 1979 supplemental appropriation of $75 million and fiscal year 1980 appropriation of $150 million for the Urban Park and Recreation...
Page 196 - A grizzly bear constituting a demonstrable but non-immediate threat to human safety, or committing significant depredations to lawfully present livestock, may be taken, but only if: (1) it has not been reasonably possible to eliminate such threat or depredation by live-capturing and releasing unharmed in a remote area the grizzly bear involved; and (2) the taking is done in a humane manner by authorized Federal or State...
Page 90 - Informal consultation with the Fish and Wildlife Service under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act was initiated in June 2000.
Page 175 - ... of having Mr. Paul Porter, Administrator, Office of Price Administration, as our witness this morning. Mr. Porter. STATEMENT OF PAUL PORTER, ADMINISTRATOR, OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION, WASHINGTON, DC— Recalled Mr. PORTER. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I do not have a prepared statement this morning, but I do have a few comments that I would like to make in the nature of a summary of some of the testimony that has gone on before. Further, I have certain matters that at the appropriate time I would...
Page 89 - US Forest Service, Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the ranchers, to evaluate the wolf population.
Page 176 - Thank you very much, and I want to thank all the witnesses for staying pretty close to the 5 minutes.
Page 120 - It is also characteristic to look for scapegoats. In this instance one scapegoat is the Nature Conservancy and the Pine Butte Swamp that it owns. It is no use to point out that the swamp and its environs have been managed no differently as to bears than it was for years under private ownership.
Page 158 - ... the Earth. Extinct, it will be another fading testimony to things man should have learned more about but was too preoccupied with himself to notice. In its beleaguered condition, it is above all a symbol of what man is doing to the entire planet.

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