From _Fly Rod & Reel:
_Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today praised
President Obama’s announcement that he intends to nominate Sam D. Hamilton
to be the next Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Hamilton, a
career senior biologist and manager with the Service, currently is director
of the agency’s Southeast Region. . . .
[His previous works has] led to the establishment of a carbon sequestration program that has helped biologists in the Southeast restore roughly 80,000 acres of wildlife habitat. His emphasis on partnership bolstered the Service’s fisheries program and helped establish the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership to restore vital aquatic habitats across the region.
_This partnership is a
key piece of the National Fish Habitat Action Plan.
What do you know about Sam Hamilton? Do you think he’s the right man for the job?