Citing a comeback in population sizes, the Oregon Department of Fish
and Wildlife Commission is taking the first steps to remove two bird and
one mammal species from Oregon’s endangered and threatened species list
and to declassify one other bird species.
Oregon commissioners last month set in motion the process of rulemaking
to remove the bald eagle, arctic peregrine falcon and gray whale from the
state’s list of 34-species and to reclassify the American peregrine falcon