Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 4.djvu/639

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PUBLIC LAW 101-593—NOV. 16, 1990 104 STAT. 2955 SEC. 105. REDESIGNATION OF NATIONAL FISH AND WILDLIFE FORENSICS LABORATORY. (a) REDESIGNATION. —The United States Fish and Wildhfe Service facility located in Ashland, Oregon, and known as the National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory, is designated and shall be known as the "Clark R. Bavin National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory". (b) REFERENCES.—Any reference in a law, map, regulation, document, paper, or other record of the United States to the National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory referred to in subsection (a) is deemed to be a reference to the "Clark R. Bavin National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory". SEC. 106. REAUTHORIZATION OF FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT OF 1980. Section 11 of the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act of 1980 (16 U.S.C. 2910) is amended by striking "and 1990" and inserting "1990, 1991, and 1992". SEC. 107. ESTABLISHMENT OF WALLKILL RIVER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE. (a) SHORT TITLE. —T h is section may be cited as the "Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge Act". 0)) FINDINGS. —The Congress finds that— (1) the Wallkill River and associated riverine wetland habitat dividing the townships of Hardyston, Wantage, and Vernon, New Jersey, has been identified as one of the few high-quality waterfowl concentration areas remaining in the northwestern portion of the State and a valuable wildlife habitat used by a variety of migratory birds including waterfowl, raptors, passerines, and marsh and water birds; (2) the Wallkill River area— (A) provides a migratory and nesting habitat for Atlantic Flyway migratory black duck populations; (B) has been identified by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service as an important black duck habitat; and (C) is a high priority of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan; (3) the Wallkill River area is home to several New Jersey State-listed rare and endangered plant and animal species; and (4) designation of the Wallkill River area as a national wildlife refuge would significantly aid to the conservation of wildlife and other natural resources. (c) DEFINITIONS.— For the purposes of this Act— (1) the term "refuge" means the Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge; (2) the term "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Interior; and (3) the term "selection area" means the lands, wetlands, and waters of the Wallkill River in the State of New Jersey. (d) ESTABLISHMENT OF REFUGE.— (1) The Secretary is authorized to acquire approximately 7,500 acres of lands and waters, as depicted upon a map entitled "Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge", dated March 1990, and available for inspection in appropriate offices of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in the State of New Jersey and elsewhere. Oregon. Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge Act. New Jersey. 16 USC 668dd note.