WASHINGTON (CN) – The National Marine Fisheries Service will hold four public meetings to allow public input on the agency’s proposal to designate critical habitat for the Cook Inlet beluga whale.
All four meetings will be held in Alaska.
The agency proposed designating more than 3,000 acres of the Cook Inlet as critical habitat for beluga whales, in December.
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