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S.Res. 431 (109th): A resolution designating May 11, 2006, as “Endangered Species Day”, and encouraging the people of the United States to become educated about, and aware of, threats to species, success stories in species recovery, and the opportunity to promote species conservation worldwide.

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4/5/2006--Passed Senate without amendment. Designates May 11, 2006, as Endangered Species Day.

Encourages: (1) educational entities to spend at least 30 minutes on such Day teaching students about threats to, and the restoration of, endangered species; and (2) organizations, businesses, private landowners, and agencies with an interest in conserving endangered species to collaborate on educational information for use in schools.