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Native forest birds released on Guguan
Biologists and field technicians from the CNMI Department of Lands and Natural Resources and the Division of Fish and Wildlife traveled to the northern CNMI island of Guguan to release 48 Bridled White-eyes and 54 Tinian Monarchs in an attempt to establish breeding populations on the island that is a safe-haven for birds threatened by invasive Brown Treesnakes. read more...
Division of Fish and Wildlife awarded $238k to conserve imperiled snails
The DLNR-Division of Fish and Wildlife was awarded grant funding from the Competitive State Wildlife Grant program (SWG) administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The CNMI grant is the first-ever awarded to a U.S. Territory in the 8-year history of the national Competitive SWG program. read more...
The CNMI Wildlife Action Plan is available for download
The CNMI Wildlife Action Plan, which describes CNMI Species of Greatest Conservation Need, is available for download from the DFW website at http://www.cnmidfw.com/2015wap/. Developed under the U.S. Fish and Wildlife State Wildlife Grant program, the CNMI Wildlife Action Plan targets conservation and protection of "Species of Greatest Conservation Need".