The title of the recovery plan. You may put any word contained in the title to return matching results. i.e. Turtle.
The plan stage - draft, final, revised final, etc.
The FWS Region with overall responsibility for the Recovery plan.
Selecting an Endangered Species Act Listing Status returns those Actions associated with species of the selected status or a related status. For example, "Endangered" queries for both the "Endangered" status and those species populations designated as "Experimental".
A number, ranging from a high of 1C to a low of 18, whereby priorities to listed species and recovery tasks are assigned. The criteria on which the recovery priority number is based are degree of threat, recovery potential, taxonomic distinctiveness, and presence of an actual or imminent conflict between the species and development activities.
The unique action alpha-numeric identifier for the action from the Recovery Plan.
The relative priority of a recovery action in the overall recovery of a species.
Add any information about the Action that may not be captured in other fields.
Work types help to categorize the kind of Action. Common types include research, habitat management, land acquisition, etc.
Labor Type Definitions
These are the Parties which are expected to be involved in the implementation of this Recovery Action.
These are the Action Lead Agency Parties which are expected to be involved in the implementation of this Recovery Action.
If you have selected an Action status other than "Not Started", "Planned", or " Unknown", enter the estimated date (in MM/DD/YYYY format) that the Action was implemented. If you do not know the exact date, enter a date (such as the beginning of the fiscal year in which the Action was started, the beginning of the field season, the date the Plan Notice of Availability was published in the Federal Register, etc.) that could be logically associated with the Action.
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