Politicians are using riders attached to “must pass” bills to sneak legislation through Congress, undermining the Endangered Species Act resulting in political management of wildlife and opening a Pandora's box
Friday is international Endangered Species Day and there was some small bit of good news this week for Canada’s species at risk. The Committee on the Status of Endangered Species says the outlook has improved for a precious few. “This good news was due to better survey data where we found more individuals (the plant) and findings of relatively large population size and no signs of decline (the fish),” Eric Taylor, a professor of zoology at the University of British Columbia and chairman of COSEW
The Obama administration and its U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have quietly been rolling out a series of regulatory changes that threaten to cripple the Endangered Species Act, dramatic changes that would never have flown under the Bush administration.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announced today that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to remove the Louisiana black bear from the list of threatened and endangered species under the ESA.
Grizzly bears have been slow to move into Idaho from their population centers around Glacier and Yellowstone national parks, two activists told people attending the Idaho Conservation League’s Wild Idaho conference at Redfish Lake Lodge near Stanley on Sunday.
I typically read Pheasants Forever and Ducks Unlimited magazines pretty much cover to cover. They always include interesting articles on habitat development, hunting dogs, equipment and techniques, but increasingly of late they’ve been featuring articles on newly threatened species of non-game animals and insects, as well.
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