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FOR FLORIDA PANTHERS, EXTINCTION COMES ON FOUR WHEELS

From: The Revelator

“ “The Florida panther is suffering slow-motion extinction,” said Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, in a recent…

STATE FISH FARMS HAVE OK TO KILL CORMORANTS

From: Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette

“The Fish and Wildlife Service is required to assess how depredation orders affect the cormorant's population every five years. A group called…

CATFISH FARMERS FREE TO RESUME WAR AGAINST CORMORANTS

From: Greenwire

“"It's the sort of sloppy science that gets the Fish and Wildlife Service sued regularly," PEER Executive Director Jeff Ruch said today of the agency's latest work,…

GROUPS WANT PROTECTIONS RESTORED FOR LOUISIANA BLACK BEAR

From: LA Times

“Some conservationists and environmentalists opposed the move when it was announced. On Thursday, the Washington-based Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility…

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP WANT PROTECTIONS RESTORED FOR LOUISIANA BLACK BEAR

From: KATC

“The group says in their notice that the removal of the species was done prematurely and based on false premises which "flew in the face of a wealth of the best available…


News Releases

NEW BISON RANGE-TRIBAL PACT VULNERABLE TO LEGAL CHALLENGE

Latest Version Does Not Cure Earlier Violations While New Creating Ones

NEW BISON RANGE TRIBAL AGREEMENT REPEATS SAME OLD MISTAKES

Employee Comments Detail Why New Agreement Will Work to Refuge Detriment

FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE SUED OVER SCIENTIFIC FRAUD DOCUMENTS

Records Show Why Director Did Not Act After Investigations Proved Misconduct

REFUGE OIL & GAS DRILLING REGULATIONS ON VERY SLOW TRACK

After Years, Fish & Wildlife Service Still Unprepared to Propose Specific Safeguards

FEDERAL MANAGERS NAILED FOR AIDING POLLUTER

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Leadership Yet to Remedy Scientific Misconduct