The never-ending story of the wolverine

The fight over whether to list the wolverine under the Endangered Species Act has dragged on for twenty years. Yesterday, a federal district court in Montana decided to prolong the battle.

Four legs good, two legs bad

The tyrant porkers of Orwell’s Animal Farm expanded their power by manipulating language. Whenever the farm’s seven commandments stood in the way of the ruling class of pigs, they’d reinterpret the … ›

PLF comments on caribou downlisting

This week, PLF filed a comment letter on behalf of Bonner County and the Idaho State Snowmobile Association addressing the proposed downlisting of the caribou. The impetus for the Service’s … ›

Decision deadline on wolverine listing pushed back

Earlier this week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service re-opened the comment period and extended the deadline for acting on the agency’s proposal to list a distinct population segment of … ›

Wolverine proposed for listing

Earlier this week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service proposed listing a distinct population segment of the North American wolverine as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.  … ›

Wolves return to California

Late last month, the Center for Biological Diversity and others petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the gray wolf as endangered under the California Endangered Species Act.  … ›

The salmon wars, continued

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Ninth Circuit this week issued another decision in the longrunning dispute over whether and how to protect populations of salmon and related fish under the … ›

Marbled Murrelet to remain listed

Author:  Ralph W. Kasarda Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final 12-month determination denying the delisting petition of the American Forest Resource Council ("AFRC") in regard to the … ›

Former Fish and Wildlife Director comments on wolf delisting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Jamie Rappaport Clark, the Service's director from 1997 to 2001, had this oped in last Friday's Washington Post, excoriating the Obama Administration and Secretary of the … ›

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The never-ending story of the wolverine

The fight over whether to list the wolverine under the Endangered Species Act has dragged on for twenty years. Yesterday, a federal district court in Montana decided to prolong the battle.

Four legs good, two legs bad

The tyrant porkers of Orwell’s Animal Farm expanded their power by manipulating language. Whenever the farm’s seven commandments stood in the way of the ruling class of pigs, they’d reinterpret the … ›

PLF comments on caribou downlisting

This week, PLF filed a comment letter on behalf of Bonner County and the Idaho State Snowmobile Association addressing the proposed downlisting of the caribou. The impetus for the Service’s … ›

Decision deadline on wolverine listing pushed back

Earlier this week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service re-opened the comment period and extended the deadline for acting on the agency’s proposal to list a distinct population segment of … ›

Wolverine proposed for listing

Earlier this week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service proposed listing a distinct population segment of the North American wolverine as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.  … ›

Wolves return to California

Late last month, the Center for Biological Diversity and others petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the gray wolf as endangered under the California Endangered Species Act.  … ›

The salmon wars, continued

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Ninth Circuit this week issued another decision in the longrunning dispute over whether and how to protect populations of salmon and related fish under the … ›

Marbled Murrelet to remain listed

Author:  Ralph W. Kasarda Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final 12-month determination denying the delisting petition of the American Forest Resource Council ("AFRC") in regard to the … ›

Former Fish and Wildlife Director comments on wolf delisting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Jamie Rappaport Clark, the Service's director from 1997 to 2001, had this oped in last Friday's Washington Post, excoriating the Obama Administration and Secretary of the … ›

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The never-ending story of the wolverine

The fight over whether to list the wolverine under the Endangered Species Act has dragged on for twenty years. Yesterday, a federal district court in Montana decided to prolong the battle.

Four legs good, two legs bad

The tyrant porkers of Orwell’s Animal Farm expanded their power by manipulating language. Whenever the farm’s seven commandments stood in the way of the ruling class of pigs, they’d reinterpret the … ›

PLF comments on caribou downlisting

This week, PLF filed a comment letter on behalf of Bonner County and the Idaho State Snowmobile Association addressing the proposed downlisting of the caribou. The impetus for the Service’s … ›

Decision deadline on wolverine listing pushed back

Earlier this week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service re-opened the comment period and extended the deadline for acting on the agency’s proposal to list a distinct population segment of … ›

Wolverine proposed for listing

Earlier this week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service proposed listing a distinct population segment of the North American wolverine as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.  … ›

Wolves return to California

Late last month, the Center for Biological Diversity and others petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the gray wolf as endangered under the California Endangered Species Act.  … ›

The salmon wars, continued

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Ninth Circuit this week issued another decision in the longrunning dispute over whether and how to protect populations of salmon and related fish under the … ›

Marbled Murrelet to remain listed

Author:  Ralph W. Kasarda Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final 12-month determination denying the delisting petition of the American Forest Resource Council ("AFRC") in regard to the … ›

Former Fish and Wildlife Director comments on wolf delisting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Jamie Rappaport Clark, the Service's director from 1997 to 2001, had this oped in last Friday's Washington Post, excoriating the Obama Administration and Secretary of the … ›

The never-ending story of the wolverine

The fight over whether to list the wolverine under the Endangered Species Act has dragged on for twenty years. Yesterday, a federal district court in Montana decided to prolong the battle.

Four legs good, two legs bad

The tyrant porkers of Orwell’s Animal Farm expanded their power by manipulating language. Whenever the farm’s seven commandments stood in the way of the ruling class of pigs, they’d reinterpret the … ›

PLF comments on caribou downlisting

This week, PLF filed a comment letter on behalf of Bonner County and the Idaho State Snowmobile Association addressing the proposed downlisting of the caribou. The impetus for the Service’s … ›

Decision deadline on wolverine listing pushed back

Earlier this week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service re-opened the comment period and extended the deadline for acting on the agency’s proposal to list a distinct population segment of … ›

Wolverine proposed for listing

Earlier this week, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service proposed listing a distinct population segment of the North American wolverine as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.  … ›

Wolves return to California

Late last month, the Center for Biological Diversity and others petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the gray wolf as endangered under the California Endangered Species Act.  … ›

The salmon wars, continued

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Ninth Circuit this week issued another decision in the longrunning dispute over whether and how to protect populations of salmon and related fish under the … ›

Marbled Murrelet to remain listed

Author:  Ralph W. Kasarda Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final 12-month determination denying the delisting petition of the American Forest Resource Council ("AFRC") in regard to the … ›

Former Fish and Wildlife Director comments on wolf delisting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Jamie Rappaport Clark, the Service's director from 1997 to 2001, had this oped in last Friday's Washington Post, excoriating the Obama Administration and Secretary of the … ›