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Articles from Endangered Species Bulletin (June 22, 2011)

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"Is it a colony yet?" STAL translocation project update. Jacobs, Judy 487
A second chance for the Foskett Spring speckled dace: habitat restoration and reintroduction as recovery tools. Scheerer, Paul; Terwilliger, Mark 840
A secure future for the Tennessee purple coneflower. Bender, Mike 830
A slithering success story. Seymour, Megan 1118
Consultation as a recovery tool. Salata, Larry 1027
Decision-making in the face of uncertainty: restoring fish passage in the Lemhi Basin. Tyre, Andrew J. 899
Evaluating threats for the Southwest Alaskan Sea Otter. Burn, Douglas 860
Guiding the recovery process: recovery plans and planning. Parkin, Mary 948
Like no other place on earth: Ash Meadows, a Biological Oasis. Souza, Cyndi; Weissenfluh, Darrick 1486
Lupine and cows: a private lands success story. Norman, Kate 1285
Mussels on the move. Boyer, Angela 582
Never giving up work continues on: Mexican Wolf recovery. Rinkevich, Sarah E.; Murphy, Wally; Barrett, Sherry 1004
Recovering endangered and threatened species: what recovery entails. Crouse, Debby 954
Saving the Emerald-eyed Dragon: the strategic habitat conservation approach. Simpkins, Darin; Carnes, Catherine 757
Taking pride in conservation: landowners restore rare species in Texas. Best, Chris 945
The return of the "Watchman of the Gorge". Falk, Mima; Busco, Jan; Makarick, Lori; Mathis, Allyson 801
The role of safe harbor agreements in the recovery of listed species in California. Kuyper, Richard 1051
What does it take to be a successful recovery biologist? Jacobs, Judy Viewpoint essay 1004

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