Posts Tagged ‘US Fish and Wildlife Service’


Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Celebrates it’s 50th Anniversary

In the 1950s, Olaus and Margaret Murie led a group of visionary conservationists on a seven-year campaign to establish the nation’s first ecosystem-scale conservation area. These people were concerned with the spread of pesticides and pollution. On December 6, 1960 the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge was established for the purpose of ‚Äúpreserving unique wildlife, wilderness […]

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U. S. Judge Reinstates Rocky Mountain Gray Wolf Conservation

A U.S. District Judge has concluded that the arbitrary removal of the Gray Wolf from the endangered species list by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in April 2009 in only two states, Montana and Idaho was in violation of the Endangered Species Act. In his statement, he stated that the law requires any decision […]

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