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OUR VIEW: CALL FOR LARGER STAFFING NUMBERS AT REFUGES DOESN'T ADD UP

From: Havasu News

"There’s a new report that says wildlife refuges across the nation are woefully understaffed. The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility says 357 of the…

CONGRESSMAN PAUL GOSAR: DOING MORE WITH LESS AT THE NATION'S REFUGES

From: Havasu News

"This self-proclaimed public employee advocacy group has a clear bias towards increasing the number of public employees and growing their ranks. Furthermore, PEER…

PARK SERVICE PUSH FOR CENTENNIAL VISITORS WORRIES ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS

From: Arizona Daily Sun

"“The Park Service’s current posture seems to be that there can’t be enough visitation,” said Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental…

NATIVE TO ARIZONA OR NOT - GROUPS CLASH OVER GRAND CANYON BISON HERD

From: The Arizona Republic

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a Washington-based watchdog group, was more critical. “We think it’s a political document masquerading…

GRAND CANYON BISON MIGHT BECOME HUNTING TROPHIES

From: Take Part

"That determination has led groups such as Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility to question whether bison should be in the region at all, as the 2,000-pound…


News Releases

ANIMAL CRUELTY CASE VS. U.S. FOREST SERVICE SIDELINED

Two Horses and a Mule Died of Dehydration in Arizona’s Apache-Sitgreaves Forest

GRAND CANYON CATTALO CONTROL WELCOME BUT WEAK

Short-Term Reduction Leaves Hybrid Herd in Park & Long-Term Solution in Limbo

GRAND CANYON TRANSFORMING INTO GAME FARM FOR HYBRID BISON

“Skilled Volunteers” to “Lethally Remove” Marooned Cattalos on Parks North Rim

GRAND CANYON CATTALO STATUS OBSCURED BY SCIENCE SHELL GAME

NPS Paper Claiming Hybrids as Native Wildlife Dropped but Successor Still in Wings

POLITICAL SCIENCE HERDING GRAND CANYON CATTALO

Park Service Should Not Classify Hybridized Beefalo as Native Wildlife