Eagle Summit & Tribal Leadership Roundtable: March 18 & 19, 2015

~~SAVE THE DATE~~
MARCH 18: Eagle Summit 4
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is hosting an Eagle Summit
4, to be held in the Denver, Colorado area at Rocky Mountain Arsenal
Wildlife Refuge, on Wednesday, March 18, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The
date and location were chosen to coincide with the Denver March Powwow.
The Mountain-Prairie Region Tribal Leadership Roundtable will follow
the Eagle Summit and begin Thursday, March 19, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
_Roundtable participation is limited to Tribal leadership within the FWS
Mountain-Prairie Region [1]._
TO ATTEND PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE: http://goo.gl/forms/Ch3PoQcqpb
This year’s Eagle Summit 4 will be a conversation focused on the
conservation of eagles. The Service will provide short presentations on
topics such as the population status and threats to eagles. Each topic
will have an open discussion with the audience.  SIA is planning to
bring both a mature and immature golden eagle to the meeting!
MARCH 19: Tribal Leadership Roundtable
_*Eagle Summit is open to the public but the Roundtable is to limited to
Tribal leadership within the FWS Mountain-Prairie Region [1]_
Below are the topics we have planned for discussion during the Tribal
Roundtable. We are seeking your input to determine if you would like add
topics or feel some of these are not of interest to you. Please feel
free to email me your comments at: ivy_allen@fws.gov.
·        The new FWS Native American Policy
·        Tribal Wildlife Grants
·        Sagebrush Steppe and Sage Grouse Opportunities
·        Annually Funding Agreements
·        Cultural Resources
·        Bison Update
·        Species Reintroduction
·        Tribal & OLE Wildlife Enforcement Training
·        Fish Stocking of Native & Non-Native Species
These meetings are focused on enhancing the relationship between the
Service and Native American Tribes by generating new information on
Eagles, building collaborative partnerships, and improving
communications to identify areas of mutual conservation concern.
TO ATTEND PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE: http://goo.gl/forms/Ch3PoQcqpb

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