The problem of endangered species
is significant for many reasons.
The corruption goes much deeper than one disgraced bureaucrat," says Suckling, who hopes the national lawsuit will help "expose just how thoroughly the disdain for science and for wildlife pervades the Bush administration's endangered species
Such monitoring is important, Watts says, because the needs of society conflict increasingly with those of endangered species
Marlee Lauffer, spokeswoman for The Newhall Land and Farming Company, the region's largest developer and occasional target of endangered species
litigation, supports reform.
Twenty-nine others became extinct before they had been officially identified as candidates for endangered species
listing, such as Florida's emerald seaslug, California's Breckenridge Mountain slender salamander, the Oregon giant earthworm, and West Virginia's Rich Mountain cave beetle.
Fish and Wildlife Service assuring the landowner that no added Endangered Species
Act restrictions will be imposed on the landowner as a result of carrying out activities expected to benefit an endangered species
The Preserve Jr Endangered Species
collection will be available in natural food stores nationwide in January 2003.
in history from the University of Wisconsin and is coauthor of the volume The Endangered Species
Discovering Endangered Species
is an excellent supplement for environmental education curricula at the primary level.
An escalating conflict between the water rights of landowners and fish has begun spawning lawsuits that could redefine policy on endangered species
The Endangered species
Act ranked as one of the most popular laws ever when it was enacted in 1973.
Asked to explain, the genies pointed to a magic document, the Endangered Species
Act, which told them to protect the shrimplets for all eternity, starting in September 1994.