Group recommends that Texas act on endangered species

September 1990
BioScience;Sep90, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p621
Academic Journal
Reports that university researchers, wildlife managers, and conservation specialists have recommended that Texas move quickly to preserve the state's threatened species and ecosystems. Suggestion that propagation efforts begin or increase for species that could become extinct in Texas; Results of a survey; Cost of endangered species activities.


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