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         Sea Otters:     more books (100)
  1. Sea Otters by G. R. Vanblaricom, 2001-11-15
  2. Sea Otters 2008 Square Wall Calendar
  3. Swim the Silver Sea, Joshie Otter by Nancy Carlstrom, 1997-05-19
  4. Sea Otters (Zoobooks Series) by Beth Wagner Brust, 2000-06
  5. Baby Sea Otter by Betty Tatham, 2005-09-01
  6. Lootas, Little Wave Eater: An Orphaned Sea Otter's Story by Clare Hodgson Meeker, 2002-01-08
  7. The Adventures of Phokey the Sea Otter: Based on a True Story by Marianne Riedman, 1996-08
  8. Sea Otters (Monterey Bay Aquarium Natural History Series) by Marianne Riedman, 1990-12-01
  9. A Raft of Sea Otters by Vicki Leon, 2005-04-10
  10. Otter on His Own: The Story of a Sea Otter (Smithsonian Oceanic Collection) by Doe Boyle, 2002-03
  11. The World of the Sea Otter by Stefani Paine, 1995-11
  12. Seldovia Sam and the Sea Otter Rescue by Susan Woodward Springer, 2003-08-01
  13. Southern Sea Otters: Fur-tastrophe Avoided (America's Animal Comebacks) by Jeanette Leardi, 2007-07-31
  14. Sea Otters (Crabapples) by Bobbie Kalman, 1996-10

181. WDFW -- Draft Sea Otter Recovery Plan
The sea otter was listed as a state endangered species in 1981, due to its small The current sea otter range in Washington extends from just south of
You may download the complete recovery plan by clicking the link below: Final Sea Otter Recovery Plan
Jun/2001 - PDF Format (2.54MB) Draft Sea Otter Recovery Plan
Jun/2000 - PDF Format (458KB) The sea otter is classified as an endangered species in Washington (WAC ). The Department’s listing procedures (WAC , Appendix B) require that recovery plans be written for species listed as endangered or threatened by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission. The sea otter recovery plan summarizes the historic and current distribution and abundance of the sea otter in Washington, describes factors affecting the population and its habitat, sets recovery objectives and prescribes strategies to recover the species in the state. A Sea Otter Working Group was established to provide input and help guide the development and completion of the recovery plan. The preliminary draft of the plan was written in 1999 and was peer reviewed by sea otter experts. The Draft Sea Otter Recovery Plan was released for a 90-day public review in 2000. This document is the Final Plan, which has had the public review comments addressed and has been updated with a great deal of new information developed during 2000-2004. For additional information about sea otters or other state listed species, contact:

182. Alaska Department Of Fish And Game — ADF&G Home Page
Comprehensive site for anyone wanting information about hunting and fishing in Alaska, including commercial fishing, environmental issues.

Licenses/Permits Regulations News ...
Subsistence Fishing

Salmon Enhancement

Southeast Sustainable

Salmon Fund
Board of Fisheries

MSA Reauthorization info
Cook Inlet Salmon Fisheries:
Commercial, Sport, Personal Use, and Subsistence Wildlife Conservation Home Trapping Information ... Alaska's Bears Conservation Planning Sport Fish Publications Comm Fish Publications Wildlife Publications Subsistence Publications ... Boards Support Newsletter All You Can Eat, June 2004 Alaska Wildlife News Wings Over Alaska Birding Newsletter, (pdf) Statewide News Releases The Wolf in Alaska Invasive Species Conservation Planning Fee Increase Information Alaska at the Crossroads: Addressing the Growth of Finfish Farming Online Licenses Big Game Hunt Permits Subsistence Tier II McNeil Bear Sanctuary Viewing Permit Walrus Is. Sanctuary

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