Here Comes Trouble

The governors of Wyoming and Montana will head to Washington, D.C. this week (Tuesday, September 29th) to give their perspective on how to "improve" (ie. dismantle) the Endangered Species Act. Please find several tweets to send off at the bottom of this post. Western Governors' Association Chairman and Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead will be joined by Governors Steve Bullock (Montana, WGA … Continue reading Here Comes Trouble

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Update and Continued Efforts on Behalf of the Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales

Emergency Endangered Species Act Petition Filed. In an attempt to protect drastically declining wolf population in Southeast Alaska, six conservation organizations (Alaska Wildlife Alliance, Cascadia Wildlands, Center for Biological Diversity, Greater Southeast Alaska Conservation Community, Greenpeace and The Boat Company)  petitioned for an emergency listing of Alexander Archipelago wolves under the Endangered Species Act. The petition  … Continue reading Update and Continued Efforts on Behalf of the Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales

Life Not Extinction

A record number of anti-ESA measures have been placed in the FY 2016 House and Senate bills that fund the Interior Department and other  wildlife agencies. These "riders" threaten wolves and other endangered wildlife in the United States and attempt to block, or remove, protections for individual species and undermine key sections of the ESA. Ask President … Continue reading Life Not Extinction