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Should Wolverines be on the Endangered Species List? [POLL]

On February 1, the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife proposed that wolverines be added to the list of protected species under the Endangered Species Act. Do you agree with this assessment? Take our

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Obama: No More Listing Endangered Species By State

The Obama administration has issued a new interpretation of the Endangered Species Act aimed at streamlining the classification of threatened plants or animals.

The Bush-era policy was withdrawn last spring after two federal courts rejected it

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Judge Upholds Wolf Law Passed By Congress

A federal judge has reluctantly ruled to uphold a congressional budget provision that removed federal protections for the Northern Rockies gray wolf outside of Wyoming.

U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy says that binding precedent by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals requires him to rule against a constitutional challenge of the rider passed by Congress earlier this year.

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Wolf Law Challenged As Hunts Loom In Idaho And Montana

Wildlife advocates went to federal court Tuesday to challenge a move by Congress that stripped endangered species status from more than 1,300 gray wolves across five states in the Northern Rockies.

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Montana and Idaho Prep For Fall Wolf Hunts

Public opinion on gray wolves remains sharply split as Montana and Idaho prepare to resume hunts for the predators after Congress removed their endangered species protections.

Montana wildlife commissioners meet July 14 to adopt a quota of 220 wolves to be killed during fall rifle and archery hunts.

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The Importance Of Endangered Species

The U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service and numerous conservation organizations will observe “endangered species day” on Friday. The purpose is to recognize conservation efforts that are underway across the nation, aimed at helping America’s imperiled species

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Endangered Species

The Obama administration says it intends to work through a backlog of more than 250 imperiled animal and plant species over the next six years to decide if they need protection under the Endangered Species Act. Interior Department officials say Tuesday that the proposal stems from a court agreement with environmentalists.

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