|State Agency||DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE - OPERATIONS View all|
|Contractor||CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME View all|
|Description||This is a new interlocal agreement for the Nevada Department of Wildlife to provide helicopter flights for California Department of Fish and Game sage-grouse breeding population surveys in high elevations along the California-Nevada border. Sage-grouse are not yet listed as an endangered species, but the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has determined that such listing is warranted. Conservation efforts such as these surveys are intended to help assure the protection of the sage grouse population in Nevada and California and to prevent the need for listing sage grouse as endangered. Such listing would increase the regulatory burden and may prevent or restrict public and private activities and development.|
|Term of Contract||03/14/2012 - 05/31/2012|
|Funding Source||OTHER: REVENUES (FROM CALIFORNIA DEPT OF FISH & GAME)|
|Contract #||Contract # 13068|
|BOE # (Board of Examiners)||35.|
|Meeting||March 13, 2012|
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