31 Mar '14, 11pm

Nearly 500,000 More Americans Speak Out Against Federal Plan to Strip Wolves of Protections

More than 460,000 Americans filed official comments calling on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to scrap its controversial proposal to remove federal protections from the gray wolf and instead work to advance wolf recovery in the United States. A scientific peer review released in early February 2014 unanimously concluded that a federal plan to drop protections for most gray wolves was not based on the best available science. These new comments and the results of the scientific peer review follow on the heels of the submission of approximately one million comments in late 2013 requesting that FWS continue to protect gray wolves. These comments represent the highest number of submissions ever to FWS on an endangered species, showing America’s overwhelming support for the charismatic wolf. “When it comes to taking the wolf off of the endangered species list, Secretar...

Full article: http://earthjustice.org/news/press/2014/nearly-500-000-mo...

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