Posts Categorized: Endangered Species Act

Gray Wolf, © Joan Poor

A Tragic Blow to Oregon’s Wolves »

No other species has been removed from the state’s endangered species list with a population of fewer than 100 individuals statewide, or when they were still absent from a significant portion of their historic range.

Common iguana, ©Brian Gratwicke

Five Victims of Wildlife Trafficking »

Wildlife trafficking affects 356 different species trafficked to the United States from Latin America. It is so global in nature that even illegal ivory enters the United States from Latin America! This week, we released a report that focuses on patterns in this illegal trade, and U.S. law enforcement capacity to detect and deter it.

Mexican gray wolf and pup, © Joel Sartore/ National Geographic Photo Ark

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

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