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THIRD PUBLIC MEETING SET ON BISON RANGE MANAGEMENT PLAN

From: The Missoulian

“Reneau is named in a lawsuit filed last year by the group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) that claimed the Fish and Wildlife Service had…

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION EYES LOOSER PREDATOR CONTROL LIMITS ON FEDERAL LANDS

From: Alaska Dispatch News

“"It's certainly an attempt by the Trump administration to do away with these wildlife protection rules," said Rick Steiner, a retired University of Alaska…

THE KILLING LAND

From: Craig Medred

““The essential conflict (now) is that Alaska encourages lethal removal of predators in order to increase the supply of game animals while the federal agencies are…

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT ORDERS NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TO RECONSIDER HUNTING REGS IN NATIONAL PRESERVES IN ALASKA

From: National Parks Traveler

“The directive to the Park Service drew immediate condemnation from the National Parks Conservation Association President and CEO Theresa Pierno. “U.S.…

INTERIOR TO REVIEW RULES AGAINST KILLING BEAR CUBS AND WOLF PUPS WITH THEIR MOTHERS

From: Washington Post

“Interior is pressing ahead right now despite a recent study by scientists for the state game department showing that predator control has little effect on the…


News Releases

TRUMP TO STRIP ALASKA PARK AND REFUGE WILDLIFE PROTECTIONS

Directives to Expand Hunting and Trapping Launch Long, Uncertain Legal Process

BISON RANGE TRANSFER RECEIVES OFFICIAL BURIAL

New Federal Register Notice Cements Iconic Refuge Staying in Federal Hands

ZINKE POISED TO REPEAT NATIONAL BISON RANGE MISTAKES

Ceding Refuge Management to Tribe Is Illegal; Fraught with Headaches and Disputes

FATE OF BISON RANGE IN INTERIOR SECRETARY ZINKE’S HANDS

Lawsuit to Block Transfer at Critical Stage as Refuge Withers on Starvation Diet

MALHEUR SIEGE STILL SHADOWS RANGE AND REFUGES

Survey Reflects Federal Land Management Workers’ Growing Safety Worries