UC Irvine study highlights inadequacies in state endangered species management and the importance of protecting the federal Endangered Species Act.
Posts Categorized: Endangered Species Act
They’re at it again. Today Congress reviewed six bills over the course of two legislative hearings in both the House and Senate that would undermine the Endangered Species Act (ESA). This is just the latest chapter in the ongoing assault against the ESA by one of the most anti-wildlife Congresses we’ve seen in decades. Here’s… Read more »
The so-called “HELP for Wildlife Act” would continue a congressional war against wolves and threaten the integrity of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) by injecting politics into wildlife conservation.
This 4th of July, we are taking a moment to celebrate our national animal, the symbol of freedom and, perhaps most importantly for our work at Defenders, a true testament to the power and effectiveness of the Endangered Species Act: the bald eagle.
Today’s observance of Endangered Species Day brings a mix of celebration and anxiety as our nation’s most powerful law to protect endangered species, the Endangered Species Act, faces new and more intense threats from Capitol Hill.