CI belugas on the endangered list
NOAA: Beluga whale population in the Cook Inlet has continued to decline, despite the regulation of subsistence hunting
Itís been 18 months since the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration stirred an intense debate in Southcentral Alaska by announcing its proposal to list the Cook Inlet beluga whales as an endangered species. And on Oct. 17 NOAA issued its final ruling, confirming that it is listing the whal....
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NMFS issues conservation plan for the Cook Inlet beluga whales
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