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Background

In March 2010, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) determined that listing the Greater Sage-Grouse as a threatened or endangered species was "warranted, but precluded" and determined that current and potential threats to Greater Sage-Grouse habitat and inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms pose "a significant threat to the Greater Sage-Grouse now and in the foreseeable future". 

The North Dakota Greater Sage-Grouse RMP Amendment is one of 15 separate plans that were conducted as part of the BLM's west-wide National Greater Sage-Grouse Planning Effort, to provide additional measures into RMPs to maintain and increase Greater Sage-Grouse habitat on public lands.