Yea! Protection for Wolves and others

September 23, 2011 at 3:06 pm Leave a comment

On September 9th, a federal court approved our settlement agreement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to advance protection for nearly 900 imperiled species, including decisions that will likely lead to Endangered Species Act listing for more than 250 of them.

WildEarth Guardians’ campaign to fundamentally change the Service’s endangered species listing process required a major long-term financial commitment. All told we spent more than a decade and hundreds of thousands of hours of staff time to achieve this historic outcome.

Now we need your help to have the staying power to ensure that over the next six years – the timeframe for the settlement’s implementation – the Service upholds its promise to address every one of the species in our agreement.

http://wg.convio.net/site/R?i=iJbrypeJxWqwhtPvtgx1LQ

Will you step up and help us to ensure our Nation’s most imperiled flora and fauna are protected? There is still so much work to be done. Please support our Endangered
Species Candidate Fund today.

http://wg.convio.net/site/R?i=xo-fGUkuim74IciDSXlFXQ

This is one of the biggest milestones in the history of the Endangered Species Act.

http://wg.convio.net/site/R?i=_CAhlDBUMboCjf_F_iEesw

Collectively, these species occur – or once occurred – in all 50 states. They are all a vibrant part of the rich natural heritage in our country, and all deserve to live.
http://wg.convio.net/site/R?i=VQHEeNRkb3fblw3hO2uCOA

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