More on the jumping mouse

Earlier this month, PLF submitted a petition to delist the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse from the Endangered Species Act. This week, Ron Arnold has an excellent column in the Washington … ›

PLF sues again over feds stalling on Endangered Species Act petition

The Endangered Species Act allows interested persons to petition the Fish & Wildlife Service to delist or downlist species based upon relevant evidence. It also requires the Service to respond … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Gnatcatchers everywhere anxiously await

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation sent formal notice to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service of its intent to sue over the agency's failure to respond … ›

Victory in the kangaroo rat case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Stephens Kangaroo Rat may be coming off the list of protected species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).  Last week, the United States District Court … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

The California gnatcatcher is not a valid subspecies

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Tuesday, we announced the filing of a petition with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the California gnatcatcher from the Endangered Species … ›

PLF petitions for removal of California gnatcatcher from federal ESA list

PLF today filed papers with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, petitioning for the removal of the California gnatcatcher from the federal Endangered Species Act list. The gnatcatcher’s listing … ›

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More on the jumping mouse

Earlier this month, PLF submitted a petition to delist the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse from the Endangered Species Act. This week, Ron Arnold has an excellent column in the Washington … ›

PLF sues again over feds stalling on Endangered Species Act petition

The Endangered Species Act allows interested persons to petition the Fish & Wildlife Service to delist or downlist species based upon relevant evidence. It also requires the Service to respond … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Gnatcatchers everywhere anxiously await

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation sent formal notice to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service of its intent to sue over the agency's failure to respond … ›

Victory in the kangaroo rat case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Stephens Kangaroo Rat may be coming off the list of protected species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).  Last week, the United States District Court … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

The California gnatcatcher is not a valid subspecies

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Tuesday, we announced the filing of a petition with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the California gnatcatcher from the Endangered Species … ›

PLF petitions for removal of California gnatcatcher from federal ESA list

PLF today filed papers with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, petitioning for the removal of the California gnatcatcher from the federal Endangered Species Act list. The gnatcatcher’s listing … ›

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More on the jumping mouse

Earlier this month, PLF submitted a petition to delist the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse from the Endangered Species Act. This week, Ron Arnold has an excellent column in the Washington … ›

PLF sues again over feds stalling on Endangered Species Act petition

The Endangered Species Act allows interested persons to petition the Fish & Wildlife Service to delist or downlist species based upon relevant evidence. It also requires the Service to respond … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Gnatcatchers everywhere anxiously await

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation sent formal notice to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service of its intent to sue over the agency's failure to respond … ›

Victory in the kangaroo rat case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Stephens Kangaroo Rat may be coming off the list of protected species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).  Last week, the United States District Court … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

The California gnatcatcher is not a valid subspecies

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Tuesday, we announced the filing of a petition with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the California gnatcatcher from the Endangered Species … ›

PLF petitions for removal of California gnatcatcher from federal ESA list

PLF today filed papers with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, petitioning for the removal of the California gnatcatcher from the federal Endangered Species Act list. The gnatcatcher’s listing … ›

More on the jumping mouse

Earlier this month, PLF submitted a petition to delist the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse from the Endangered Species Act. This week, Ron Arnold has an excellent column in the Washington … ›

PLF sues again over feds stalling on Endangered Species Act petition

The Endangered Species Act allows interested persons to petition the Fish & Wildlife Service to delist or downlist species based upon relevant evidence. It also requires the Service to respond … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Gnatcatchers everywhere anxiously await

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation sent formal notice to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service of its intent to sue over the agency's failure to respond … ›

Victory in the kangaroo rat case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Stephens Kangaroo Rat may be coming off the list of protected species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).  Last week, the United States District Court … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

The California gnatcatcher is not a valid subspecies

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Tuesday, we announced the filing of a petition with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the California gnatcatcher from the Endangered Species … ›

PLF petitions for removal of California gnatcatcher from federal ESA list

PLF today filed papers with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, petitioning for the removal of the California gnatcatcher from the federal Endangered Species Act list. The gnatcatcher’s listing … ›