PLF takes first move in effort to delist the Preble's meadow jumping mouse

Late last week, PLF gave notice to the pertinent Colorado and Wyoming wildlife agencies of our intent, on behalf of a broad coalition of property rights and sound science advocates, … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

Killer whale point-counterpoint

Perhaps not surprisingly, PLF’s petition to delist a population of killer whale from the Endangered Species Act has garnered a lot of attention, not all of it positive.  Understandably, reasonable … ›

Free Willie from the Endangered Species Act

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys petitioned the federal government to delist the killer whale from the Endangered Species Act.  The petition was submitted on behalf of the Center for Environmental … ›

Endangered species delistings/downlistings!

Author: Reed Hopper A few years ago, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit to compel the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to conduct mandatory 5-year status reviews for more than 100 … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Alan Johnson of the District of Wyoming ruled that the Service acted illegally when it refused to delist the Wyoming gray wolf subpopulation … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service announced positive "90-day" findings on four petitions to delist the Western Great Lakes distinct population segment (DPS) … ›

Will the gray wolf be delisted legislatively?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the Northern Rockies population of gray wolf was put back on the Endangered Species Act list of protected wildlife.  In response, Representatives from Texas … ›

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PLF takes first move in effort to delist the Preble's meadow jumping mouse

Late last week, PLF gave notice to the pertinent Colorado and Wyoming wildlife agencies of our intent, on behalf of a broad coalition of property rights and sound science advocates, … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

Killer whale point-counterpoint

Perhaps not surprisingly, PLF’s petition to delist a population of killer whale from the Endangered Species Act has garnered a lot of attention, not all of it positive.  Understandably, reasonable … ›

Free Willie from the Endangered Species Act

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys petitioned the federal government to delist the killer whale from the Endangered Species Act.  The petition was submitted on behalf of the Center for Environmental … ›

Endangered species delistings/downlistings!

Author: Reed Hopper A few years ago, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit to compel the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to conduct mandatory 5-year status reviews for more than 100 … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Alan Johnson of the District of Wyoming ruled that the Service acted illegally when it refused to delist the Wyoming gray wolf subpopulation … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service announced positive "90-day" findings on four petitions to delist the Western Great Lakes distinct population segment (DPS) … ›

Will the gray wolf be delisted legislatively?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the Northern Rockies population of gray wolf was put back on the Endangered Species Act list of protected wildlife.  In response, Representatives from Texas … ›

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PLF takes first move in effort to delist the Preble's meadow jumping mouse

Late last week, PLF gave notice to the pertinent Colorado and Wyoming wildlife agencies of our intent, on behalf of a broad coalition of property rights and sound science advocates, … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

Killer whale point-counterpoint

Perhaps not surprisingly, PLF’s petition to delist a population of killer whale from the Endangered Species Act has garnered a lot of attention, not all of it positive.  Understandably, reasonable … ›

Free Willie from the Endangered Species Act

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys petitioned the federal government to delist the killer whale from the Endangered Species Act.  The petition was submitted on behalf of the Center for Environmental … ›

Endangered species delistings/downlistings!

Author: Reed Hopper A few years ago, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit to compel the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to conduct mandatory 5-year status reviews for more than 100 … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Alan Johnson of the District of Wyoming ruled that the Service acted illegally when it refused to delist the Wyoming gray wolf subpopulation … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service announced positive "90-day" findings on four petitions to delist the Western Great Lakes distinct population segment (DPS) … ›

Will the gray wolf be delisted legislatively?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the Northern Rockies population of gray wolf was put back on the Endangered Species Act list of protected wildlife.  In response, Representatives from Texas … ›

PLF takes first move in effort to delist the Preble's meadow jumping mouse

Late last week, PLF gave notice to the pertinent Colorado and Wyoming wildlife agencies of our intent, on behalf of a broad coalition of property rights and sound science advocates, … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

Killer whale point-counterpoint

Perhaps not surprisingly, PLF’s petition to delist a population of killer whale from the Endangered Species Act has garnered a lot of attention, not all of it positive.  Understandably, reasonable … ›

Free Willie from the Endangered Species Act

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys petitioned the federal government to delist the killer whale from the Endangered Species Act.  The petition was submitted on behalf of the Center for Environmental … ›

Endangered species delistings/downlistings!

Author: Reed Hopper A few years ago, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit to compel the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to conduct mandatory 5-year status reviews for more than 100 … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Alan Johnson of the District of Wyoming ruled that the Service acted illegally when it refused to delist the Wyoming gray wolf subpopulation … ›

The wolf saga continues

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service announced positive "90-day" findings on four petitions to delist the Western Great Lakes distinct population segment (DPS) … ›

Will the gray wolf be delisted legislatively?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the Northern Rockies population of gray wolf was put back on the Endangered Species Act list of protected wildlife.  In response, Representatives from Texas … ›