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Becky Ewing

District Ranger

U.S. Forest Service

HQ Phone:  (800) 832-1355

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U.S. Forest Service

1400 Independence Avenue SW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20227

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Fisheries Biologist

Wayne National Forest


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www.kxma.com

Forest Service biologist Becky Ewing said the emergency order was issued last week f


www.northjersey.com

Forest Service biologist Becky Ewing said an emergency order was issued last week for caves in 20 states from Minnesota to Maine.
A second order covering the Forest Service's 13-state Southern region should be issued later this month. The sites will be closed for up to a year, she said. Forest Service biologist Becky Ewing said an emergency order was issued last week for caves in 20 states from Minnesota to Maine. A second order covering the Forest Service's 13-state Southern region should be issued later this month. The sites will be closed for up to a year, she said.


doghouses.desmktg.com

Biologist Becky Ewing said the emergency order was issued last week for caves from New England to West Virginia ...


forests.org [cached]

Forest Service biologist Becky Ewing said the emergency order was issued last week for caves from New England to West Virginia.
A second order for Southeastern states will be issued soon. Ewing said the order closes the caves for a year as wildlife biologists try to get a handle on a fungus that has been linked to the ... http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090501/ap_on_re_us/us_bat_die_off http://forests.org/shared/reader/welcome.aspx?linkid=126282


news.yahoo.com

Forest Service biologist Becky Ewing said an emergency order was issued last week for caves in 20 states from Minnesota to Maine.
A second order covering the Forest Service's 13-state Southern region should be issued later this month. The sites will be closed for up to a year, she said. The loss of 500,000 bats means 2.4 million pounds of bugs aren't eaten in a year, Ewing said. Ewing said Forest Service officials will enforce the bans.


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