March 2017

March's Newsletter is on-line

  • 280 Groups Oppose Western Governors' Association's Efforts to Weaken Endangered Species Act
    On February 23, 2017 more than 280 environmental groups sent a letter to the National Governors Association urging them to oppose any upcoming legislative changes to the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The Western Governors' Association has been spearheading an ongoing effort to weaken this essential wildlife law for several years. In June of 2016 the Western Governors' Association adopted a resolution that would substantially weaken the ESA. They are now wanting National Governors' Association to do the same.. read more...
  • Mexican Gray Wolf Population Reaches A New Milestone
    The Mexican wolf is the rarest of all the gray wolf subspecies. It was hunted to near extinction before the beginning of a captive breeding program. On January 28, 1998 three Mexican wolves were released into the wild of the southwest U.S. These were the first Mexican wolves to return to the wild in nearly 30 years. I was one of just a few non-government and non-media attendees at the event. It was one of the most momentous days of my life. read more...
  • Pack Member of the Month - "Bandit"

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