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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released its National Listing Workplan.
Defenders of Wildlife, Audubon California, the Pacific Institute and Sierra Club today called on the state of California to use a new agreement with the federal government on the Salton Sea as a launching point for a renewed effort to get much-needed conservation projects started on the ground.
A strong majority of North Carolinians support the effort to recover the native red wolf, according to a new poll conducted by Tulchin Research.
Based on the policies agreed upon by the Washington Wolf Advisory Group, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has authorized the lethal removal of the Profanity Peak wolf pack due to repeated depredations in the area since July 8.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a recovery plan that will guide restoration and protection of the ocelot populations in Arizona and Texas and in bordering Mexican states of Sonora and Tamaulipas.
Today, Defenders of Wildlife and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) voiced their support for the Upper Basin Pallid Sturgeon Workgroup's comments on the Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation’s draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) on revising operations of the Intake Diversion Dam on the Yellowstone River.
Last night the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) released its draft resource management plan amendment for the Gunnison sage-grouse, an imperiled ground-dwelling bird found only in southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah. Unfortunately, proposed management prescriptions in the draft fall short of the science-based measures needed to protect and recover the species on public lands.
With the critically endangered Delta smelt on the brink of extinction, Defenders of Wildlife, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and The Bay Institute today called upon the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) to issue emergency regulations and release the fresh water the smelt need to survive.
Based on the policies agreed upon by the Washington Wolf Advisory Group, lethal removal of pack members is permissible, and WDFW has authorized removal in an attempt to break the cycle of wolf attacks on livestock in the area.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) posted a final rule today prohibiting Alaska from applying its “predator control” program to National Wildlife Refuge System lands in the state.