Washington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, 1992. — 60 p.Published in 1987, Fish and Wildlife 2000 — A Plan for the Future is the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) comprehensive, long range national strategy plan for managing the fish, wildlife, and special status plant resources on the 270 million acres of BLM lands into the 2 1 st century. Fish and Wildlife 2000 stated the BLM's overall goal, several objectives, and established the process for achieving raptor management and their habitats. During the last few years, the BLM has been completing projects to ensure healthy birds of prey populations on BLMadministered public lands. This plan, Raptor Habitat Management, further defines the strategy in Fish and Wildlife 2000 and expands strategic management activities benefiting raptors and their habitats. An important element of BLM's implementation efforts includes developing partnerships with conservation organizations, universities, and other interest groups to accomplish projects beneficial for enhancing raptor populations. The BLM has also been instrumental in establishing the Raptor Research and Technical Assistance Center (RRTAC) in Boise, Idaho, which serves as the source of research, information, technical assistance, and training for birds of prey management on the BLM's public lands.
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