Even during difficult political times, with limited resources, and increasing conflicts on public lands, federal land managers can achieve conservation missions through preserving essential habitat areas or “species strongholds.”
Posts Tagged: U.S. Forest Service
Next Monday is the 20th Anniversary of Wolf Reintroduction in Yellowstone; Wandering Wolf OR-7 and his Family Named “Rogue Pack” in Oregon; Not So Fast: Canceled Wolf Coyote Organized Hunt in Montana Is Back On; No Wolves Killed In Idaho Predator Derby; Great Lakes Wolf Recovery Causes Changes to Ecosystem
We hope the Ninth Circuit will make the right decision to reinstate the Roadless Rule, giving the Tongass and its wildlife the protection it deserves.
Have you Heard? Gray Wolf Confirmed in the Grand Canyon; Idaho’s Predator Derby Permit Withdrawn on BLM Lands; Mexican Gray Wolves Get a Tough Break from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; New Study Shows That Killing Wolves Doesn’t Reduce Wolf-Livestock Conflict, It Increases It
The wildlife, water supply and endangered species of the Patagonia Mountains mining projects deserve protection, not pollution.