Recovery Plan Ad Hoc Report results

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Plan Title Plan Stage Plan Lead Region (FWS) Plan Lead Office (FWS) Species Common Name Species Scientific Name Action Priority Action Number Action Description Action Status Estimated Initiation Date Estimated Completion Date Action Lead Agencies Responsible Parties Work Types Labor Types Comments Implementation Activity Number Implementation Activity Description Implementation Activity Status Implementation Activity Estimated Initiation Date Implementation Activity Estimated Completion Date Implementation Activity Labor Types Implementation Activity Work Types Implementation Activity Responsible Parties Implementation Activity Comments Implementation Activity Species
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 1 Conasauga River Mussels -- Land acquisition, restoration, and conservation Ongoing Current All partners and stakeholders All partners and stakeholders Acquisition: Withdrawal, Management Labor type not yet selected The headwaters of the Conasauga are protected by the Chattahoochee and Cherokee National Forests. Multiple Corps of Engineers mitigation banks protect non-public land in the Alaculsy Valley, Prater Island, and other areas within the Critical Habitat for these mussels in the Conasauga mainstem. FWS and NRCS' proposal nominating the Conasauga as a new Working Lands for Wildlife landscape project was selected Dec. 2016. FY17 and 18 WLFW projects are underway to improve water quality in the basin, adn the pace should increase in FY19, since (1) conservation partners in the basin competed successfully for a NFWF grant to hire additional personel to implement WLFW projects and (2) GDNR hired staff to specifically work on conservation actions in the upper Coosa. The Conasauga was selected as a FY16 NRCS RCPP project, with a $1,000,000 grant to The Nature Conservancy to implement projects that improve water quality and protect agricultural viability -- FWS and TNC worked with local landowners to identify farmlands where constructed wetlands could treat stormwater runoff in agricultural ditches. FWS and partners continue to (1) work with other Federal agencies in the Conasauga basin to implement actions to conserve and recover the species, (2) encourage establishment of Corps mitigation banks to protect and restore high priority reaches; (3) work with private landowners under the PFW program to restore stream habitat; and (4) work with local governments to ensure long-term growth has the least impact on listed species and their habitats.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 1 Protect habitat and quality Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 FY 2030 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service All partners and stakeholders Acquisition, Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative 26 strategic habitat units have been defined for protecting mollusk diversity in the Mobile River Basin. Partnerships are being developed to ensure appropriate management and consideration. Maps identifying high, moderate, and low priority reaches have been developed for both the Conasauga and Etowah River basins. FWS and partners encourage establishment of Corps mitigation banks, in lieu fee sites, PFW projects, conservation banks, and other stream restoration/preservation projects in the highest priority reaches and/or adjacent to other protected lands in these basins. Cost absorbed under existing programs. **Other State and Federal agencies which may participate in implementation: Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Alabama Forestry Commission, Alabama Surface Mining Commission, Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, Office of Surface Mining, Tennessee Valley Authority, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, U.S. Geological Survey, Geological Survey of Alabama
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 10 Encourage effective silt and sediment runoff control Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Work type not yet selected Volunteer, Species Expert, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance Cost absorbed under existing programs
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 20 Develop and implement programs and materials to educate and involve the public in watershed stewardship Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service All partners and stakeholders Management: Land Use, Other: Information and Education, Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Management Techniques Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative In Alabama, the Alabama Clean Water Partnership is working with State, Federal, and local agencies, and other stakeholders to develop programs and materials to protect SHUs.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 21 Survey and monitor imperiled aquatic species Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service All partners and stakeholders Research: Population Surveys, Research: Habitat Status, Research: Demographic Studies Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative Extensive Cherokee and Etowah darter monitoring was conducted early in the 2000's as part of HCP development, but funding limits current actions to a few locations where monitoring is required as part of Endangered Species Act compliance. GDNR recently surveyed mussels in the Etowah, and in the Conasauga as a followup to annual mussel monitoring 1996-2008 in the middle Conasauga. Fish have been surveyed at fixed locations in the middle Conasagua 1996-2008 and 2011-2014 (UGA/USGS), and the upper Conasauga 1999-2015 (Conservaton Fisheries). The Coosawatttee fish communities were sampled extensively 2010. Monitoring programs of imperiled species inhabiting SHUs are on-going. 2007 discovery of goldline darter population in Shades Creek ( a trib of Cahaba River). Continued monitoring of the goldline darter after the removal of boxcars at confluence with Cahaba River indicated more individuals sampled throughout upstream to the county line between Shelby Co and Jefferson C close to the galleria Shopping Center.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 23 Determine contaminant sensitivity Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Appropriate agencies and partners, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Research: Environmental Contaminants Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative UGA/USGS studies in the Conasauga River 2009-2018 identify sediment, nutrients, loss of riparian buffer, estrogens, and glyphosate-based herbicides as primary stressors on fish communities -- these likely play a role in continued depleted mussel populations, along with elevated atrapine levels. UGA/USGS completed a study on primary Etowah basin stressors in 2007, and concluded that urbanization, and particularly increased stormwater runoff, was a major stressor. Other stressors included loss of riparian buffers, impoundments, culverts that block fish passage, and sedimentation of stream channels.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 24 Conduct life history research Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Appropriate agencies and partners, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected The life histories of the Cherokee and Etowah darters have been relatively well documented by the Freeman lab at UGA. Mussel life history, for many species, has been poorly studied.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 1 25 Develop and implement technology for maintaining and propagation of endemic species in captivity Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Alabama Department of Environmental Management Research: Propagation Species Expert Propagation technology has been developed for Alabama moccasinshell, Coosa mocasinshell, finelined pocketbook, orange-nacre pocketbook, southern clubshell, triangular kidneyshell, plicate rocksnail, cylindrical elimia, and other imperiled mollusks. Mollusk hatchery has been constructed and funded by ADCNR. Research is being conducted on reintroductions. Technology to propagate Etowah darters in captivity was developed by Conservation Fisheries, Inc. in 2008.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 11 Encourage standards for water withdrawal from tributary streams Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, Corps of Engineers Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected The state of Georgia, for new reservoirs, limits withdrawals to the monthly 7Q10.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 12 Consider options for river and stream mitigation strategies Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Environmental Protection Agency , State agencies, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Corps of Engineers Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected The Savannah District, Corps of Engineers, mitigation program has restored and conserved over 50 miles of priority stream habitat in the Etowah River Basin.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 13 Identify appropriate mitigation measures Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Appropriate agencies and partners Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Standardized guidelines to determine the amount and type of stream mitigation for projects permitted by the Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, under S404 of the Clean Water Act were revised in 2018.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 14 Investigate partnerships and landowner assistance Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Environmental Protection Agency , State agencies, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Corps of Engineers Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected A close-working partnership works on conservation issues in the Conasagua River basin. Partners include FWS, TNC, GDNR, USGS, NRCS, Univeristy of Georgia, Forest Service, Conservation Fisheries, the Tennessee Aquarium, Limestone Valley RC&D, NFWF, Coosa River Basin Initiative, Dalton Utilities, and the Conasagua River Alliance.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 15 Promote voluntary private land stewardship to reduce nonpoint pollution Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service All partners and stakeholders Acquisition: Management Agreement, Management, Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation, Management: Planning, Management: Land Use, Other: Information and Education, Other: Administration, Research: General, Research: Habitat Status, Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Management Techniques Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative Strategic Habitat Units have been identified. Alabama Clean Water Partnership is collaborating with ADCNR, GSA, and FWS to develop watershed stewardship partnerships. In the Conasauga, NRCS is working closely with local farmers to minimize sediment transfer from agricultural fields to stream systems, and FWS/NRCS successfully nominated the Conasauga as a Working Lands for Wildlife landscape. NFWS in FY18 provided funds for Limestone Valley RC&D to hire WLFW capacity. Georgia has adopted an interim instream flow policy that is more protective. ¿ In Georgia, The Nature Conservancy, Coosa River Basin Initiative, Conasauga River Alliance, Upper Etowah River Alliance, Coosawattee Watershed Alliance, FWS, NRCS, GDNR and other Federal agencies, work to promote land and water stewardship.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 17 Encourage development and implementation of adequate Streamside Management Zones Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service All partners and stakeholders Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected The Georgia Forestry Commission has established BMPs for forestry operations in the state, including an adequate SMZ, monitors BMP implementation, and trains timber harvesters about Georgia's listed species and how BMP implementation protects habitat.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 18 Encourage and support community based watershed planning and action Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, All involved agencies and partners Acquisition: Management Agreement, Management: General, Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation, Management: Planning, Management: Land Use, Other: Information and Education, Research: Habitat Status, Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Management Techniques Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative In Georgia, the Etowah River Regional HCP fell victim to financial woes associated with the Great Recession of 2007-9. Years of developing local government support for conservation efforts lost, as those local governments laid off most of the staff with whom we worked.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 2 Identify high biodiversity stream and river reaches for protection Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, Appropriate State and Federal agencies Acquisition: Easement, Acquisition: Management Agreement, Management: Planning, Management: Land Use, Research: Population Surveys, Research: Habitat Status, Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Management Techniques Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative The University of Georgia and USGS developed land protection priority maps for both the Conasauga and Etowah River basins based on location of high biodiversity stream reaches and other factors. 26 Strategic Habitat Units have been identified throughout the Mobile River Basin for prioritization and protection.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 3 Minimize aquatic habitat impacts Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, County governments, Local Governments, Federal Agencies, State agencies, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Graduate Student See Action #1 and #2.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 4 Encourage development and implementation of mining guidelines Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, State Governments, Corps of Engineers Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Geomorphic studies
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 5 Work with States to ensure water quality Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected FWS works with Georgia EPD to improve water quality criteria during the triennial review.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 6 Promote and support a watershed management approach to water quality Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected See Etowah River Habitat Conservation Plan,
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 7 Develop coordinated plans to address WTP effluents within watersheds Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, Local Partners, Other State Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Cost absorbed under existing programs
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 8 Encourage alternative STP disinfection measures Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Cost absorbed under existing programs
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 2 9 Encourage compliance with current water quality discharge limitation and regulations Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency , USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Management: General Labor type not yet selected Cost absorbed under existing programs
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 3 16 Promote land and water stewardship awareness Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, All involved agencies and partners Acquisition: Management Agreement, Management: General, Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation, Management: Planning, Management: Land Use, Other: Information and Education Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative In Georgia, the Etowah River Regional HCP fell victim to the Great Recession. RIP HCP.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 3 19 Reduce land use/endangered species conflicts Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, All involved agencies and partners Management: General, Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation, Management: Planning, Management: Land Use, Other: Information and Education, Research: Habitat Status, Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Management Techniques Volunteer, Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative In Georgia, the Etowah River Regional HCP fell victim to the Great Recession. Adios, HCP.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 3 26 Reintroduce aquatic species into restored habitats, as appropriate Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, Appropriate agencies and partners, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected GDNR/FWS evaluated mussel reintroduction sites in the Upper Coosa 2011-2013, and a mussel reintroduction program is anticipated to begin 2019. Reintroduction trials have been conducted for several imperiled mollusks reared at AABC. Cherokee darters from Hickory Log Creek were collected in 2009, before the Hickory Log Creek Reservoir was inundated, and released into newly-restored streams at the Bannister Creek Mitigation Bank. Monitoring indicates populations persist in both streams where releases occurred, and that Etowah darters likely are using habitat in the lower part of the bank near Bannister Creek's confluence with the Etowah River.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 3 27 Monitor progress and review management strategy Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, All partners and stakeholders Management: General, Management: Planning, Other: Administration, Research: Management Techniques Graduate Student, Species Expert, Contract, Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative FWS and TNC have organized multiple Coosa or Conasauga Summits with representatives from industry, local governments, agriculture interests, environmental groups, academia, and land management to discuss aquatic stressors, ongoing work, and future strategies and needs. The next is scheduled for winter 2018-19.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 3 28 Coordinate ecosystem management actions Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Management: General, Management: Planning, Other: Administration Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance, Internal Administrative FWS and TNC have organized multiple Coosa or Conasauga Summits with representatives from industry, local governments, agriculture interests, environmental groups, academia, and land management to discuss aquatic stressors, ongoing work, and future strategies and needs - next one planned for winter 2018-19. The Mobile River Basin Aquatic Ecosystem Coalition continues to periodically meet and coordinate activities.
Recovery Plan for the Mobile River Basin (15 species) F 4 Mississippi Ecological Services Field Office (601) 965-4900 Coosa moccasinshell Medionidus parvulus 3 29 Support Mobile River Basin Coalition Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Division, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, All partners and stakeholders Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected The Mobile River Basin Coalition continues to meet periodically. Costs not determined