Conservation Plan for the Eastern Pacific Stock of Northern Fur Seal, Callorhinus Ursinus (2007)

December 01, 2007

Revision of the 1993 conservation plan for northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) to incorporate new information obtained since the original plan was completed.

The goal of this revised conservation plan will be met when northern fur seals are at abundance levels that justify their re-designation as a non-depleted stock. The shared resources and cooperative involvement of federal, state, and local governments, fishing industry, Alaska Natives, academia, non-governmental organizations, and other interested individuals will be required throughout the recovery period. NOAA Fisheries makes this conservation plan available to the public for reference.

Last updated by Alaska Regional Office on 10/24/2019

Conservation Plan Subsistence Harvest Northern Fur Seal