Next steps for the Cook Inlet beluga
NMFS starts ESA consulting and moves towards completion of a recovery outline, while wastewater utility takes stock of its position
While the elusive beluga whales of Alaskaís Cook Inlet overwinter in the inletís grey and murky waters, oblivious to the war of words surrounding their future well being, the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service has started applying the various procedures that result from the whales becoming liste....
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