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Can the Sacramento Delta survive more 'regulatory flexibility'?

The state and federal Endangered Species Acts were created to prevent the extinction of our native fish and wildlife, and they've been tremendously successful. Yet despite these laws, California is on the verge of killing off some of its native salmon and other fish in the Sacramento-San Joaquin...

Another Year of "Regulatory Flexibility" in Response to California's Drought May Lead to Extinction

More than 40 years ago, a bipartisan Congress enacted - and President Nixon signed into law - the Endangered Species Act. The Act effectively declares that human beings have a moral obligation not to so fundamentally alter the Earth that we drive other native species on our planet extinct, recognizing that what affects the web of life will inevitably affect us too. read more

PETA Sues Over Chimpanzee Held in Solitary Confinement for 17 Years

Our lawsuit contends that Joe is being harmed in violation of the Endangered Species Act. The post PETA Sues Over Chimpanzee Held in Solitary Confinement for 17 Years appeared first on PETA.

State of the Animal Union

A commonsense correction is needed to eliminate a loophole in Endangered Species Act regulations so that all captive tigers in the United States, including thousands of tigers at roadside zoos and private menageries, are treated the same under the law. Show More Summary

Manatees Slated to Lose Protections

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has recently made some important advances toward protecting imperiled species from harm—including the listing of African lions under the Endangered Species Act, upgrading captive chimpanzees to an endangered listing, and closing loopholes in the... Show More Summary

U.S. wildlife officials propose reclassifying manatees’ endangered status

Federal wildlife officials announced Thursday that the West Indian manatee, which once drifted close to extinction, will be reclassified as “threatened” under the Endangered Species Act. Continue reading ? The post U.S. wildlife officials propose reclassifying manatees’ endangered status appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Science-driven strategies for more effective endangered species recovery

The Endangered Species Act (ESA), which quietly passed its 42 nd birthday last week, has shielded hundreds of species in the United States from extinction and dramatically achieved full recovery for a celebrated few. Flexibility of implementation...Show More Summary

The Endangered Species Act isn't broken, but is its implementation faltering?

We've all heard them. Claims from powerful special interests and members of Congress blaming federal environmental regulations for a host of economic maladies. The Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act and the Endangered Species Act (ESA), are vilified with alarming regularity. Show More Summary

The Endangered Species Act Has Been Protecting Imperiled Animals And Plants For 42 Years

last monthNews : Huffington Post

The Endangered Species Act turned 42 on Monday, marking over four decades of plant and animal conservation in the United States. The act was signed into law on Dec. 28, 1973 by President Richard Nixon, who had urged Congress to expand the protection of imperiled species. Show More Summary

African Lion Listed Under the Endangered Species Act

On March 1, 2011, Born Free USA, along with partner organizations including the Humane Society of the United States and International Fund for Animal Welfare, petitioned the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to list the African lion as Endangered under the U.S. Show More Summary

?New U.S. rules to restrict South Africa's lion hunting industry

With African lions now protected under Endangered Species Act, American hunters will only grant permits if hunt is part of science-based conservation strategy

Lions Are Now Protected Under the Endangered Species Act

2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service added two subspecies of lion under the Endangered Species Act due to these primary factors: Habitat The post Lions Are Now Protected Under the Endangered Species Act appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

U.S. wildlife agency gives legal protection to African lions

DAKAR (Reuters) - A U.S. agency on Monday listed two lion subspecies under the Endangered Species Act, offering them legal protection that will make it harder for hunters to import trophies into the country.

African Lions Are Added to U.S. Endangered Species Act

After the death of Cecil the Lion, the Obama administration is designating the African lion as endangered to help stave off hunters who want to bring lion trophies into the Read More The post African Lions Are Added to U.S. Endangered Species Act appeared first on Ecorazzi.

US Provides Endangered Species Act Protections for African Lions -- Seeks to Avoid Sequel to Cecil Killing

In a move sure to be jarring to the worldwide trophy hunting industry, and that could gut South Africa's canned hunting industry, the United States signaled that it will classify the African lion as threatened or endangered across its entire range in Africa. Show More Summary

U.S. govt adds lions to Endangered Species list to cut down on trophy hunting

The king of the jungle gets some much needed backup as the. government adds African lions to the Endangered Species Act, which will put a damper on hunting practices overseas. The designation will be announced Monday by the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), and prohibits hunters from bringing lion trophies back to the States. Show More Summary

U.S. Provides Endangered Species Act Protections for African Lions -- Seeks to Avoid Sequel to Cecil Killing

In a move sure to be jarring to the worldwide trophy hunting industry, and that could gut South Africa's canned hunting industry, the United States signaled that it will classify the African lion as threatened or endangered across its entire range in Africa. Show More Summary

U.S. Provides Endangered Species Act Protections for African Lions — Seeks to Avoid Sequel to Cecil Killing

American trophy hunters are directly responsible for slaughtering at least 5,647 lions in the last 10 years alone, according to import data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Above, Cecil, the lion hunted by Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer. Show More Summary

U.S. to Protect African Lions Under Endangered Species Act

2 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

Five months after the death of Cecil the lion spurred outrage, the new rules will make it more difficult for hunters to bring lion trophies into the United States.

Obama administration enacts protections for lions

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is expected to extend Endangered Species Act protections for two breeds of lions, in response to a large decline in their numbers in Africa over the past two decades. Walter Palmer, the Minnesota...Show More Summary

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