The FWS is currently monitoring the following populations of the chum salmon
|Status||Date Listed||Lead Region||Where Listed|
|08/02/1999||National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)||Hood Canal summer-run ESU - See 50 CFR 223.102|
|08/02/1999||National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)||Columbia River ESU See 50 CFR 223.102|
» Federal Register Documents
|01/03/2000||65 FR 170 196||Proposed Rule Governing Take of Seven Threatened Evolutionarily Significant Units (ESUs); Proposed Rule|
|07/10/2000||65 FR 42422 42481||Endangered and Threatened Species; Final Rule Governing Take of 14 Threatened Salmon and Steelhead Evolutionarily Significant Units (ESUs)|
No recovery information is available for the chum salmon.
» Critical Habitat
|Date||Citation Page||Title||Document Type||Status|
|02/16/2000||65 FR 7764 7787||(NOAA/NMFS) Designated Critical Habitat: Critical Habitat for 19 Evolutionarily Significant Units of Salmon and Steelhead in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California||Final Rule||Final designated|
To learn more about critical habitat please see http://ecos.fws.gov/crithab
» Conservation Plans
|HCP Plan Summaries|
|City of Tacoma, Tacoma Water HCP|
|Simpson Timber NW Operations (Green Diamond Resource Company)|
|Storedahl's Daybreak Mine Expansion and Habitat Enhancement Project HCP|
|WDNR Forest Practices HCP|
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