Making Monuments Can Protect the California Desert; What will be the fate of gray wolves in Oregon; SOLD OUT! Orca-Salmon Event a success in Seattle
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New Mexico Game and Fish is Barring Desperately-Needed Lobo Releases; New Polling Data Shows Overwhelming Support for the Endangered Species Act; Imperiled Beluga Whales Won’t Be Coming to Georgia Aquarium; Endangered Species Dodge a Bullet in the Defense Bill
The Future of Sage-Grouse is Still Uncertain; The Unlikely Connection between Fruit and Bears; It’s Sea Otter Awareness Week; 18th Florida Panther Death this Year; Calling All Seattleites! Please Join Us on October 7
Some commercial fishermen use drift gillnets to sweep the ocean and end up collecting not only intended species of fish, but also “bycatch”, other unintended sea life like whales, dolphins, sharks, sea turtles and seals.
We’re happy to share that this week a federal district court in Tucson put the brakes on the “Sunnyside” project, an exploratory drilling project near Patagonia which would have destructive impacts on threatened species like the jaguar, Mexican spotted owl and ocelot.