August 28, 2016

Methodology for Prioritizing Status Reviews and Accompanying 12- Month Findings on Petitions for Listing Under the Endangered Species Act

Blowing Smoke Where the Sun Doesn’t Shine! Below is the Summary of the new “non-binding” proposal to assist the U.S. Fish and Wildlife (dis)Service in keeping up with the demands of environmentalists who use the Endangered Species Act and the petitioning process to make gobs of money. Essentially it doesn’t matter what it says, because […]

Removing Eastern Puma From the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

*Editor’s Note* – Perhaps the title of this would be accurate to state that the USFWS is doing everything it can to delay and/or reverse course on removing the cougar from the list of Endangered and Threatened Species. This process has been going on for how long now? And now they are going to reopen […]

Environmentalists Petition Feds Seeking ESA Listing for Moose

Described as a “subspecies” of moose, the animal in parts of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota has received attention in the form of a petition to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to place the subspecies (Alces alces andersoni) on the Endangered Species Act list for federal protection. Readers need to be made […]

Alliance Submits Comments on Delisting of Grizzly Bears

Press Release from the Sportsmen’s Alliance: The Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation recently submitted comments in favor of delisting of the grizzly bear as a threatened species under the federal the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The Alliance supports the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service findings that the bear population has recovered and stringent ESA protections are no […]

You Can’t Roller Skate in a Grizzly Bear Herd

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is up to its usual lying, cheating and stealing, pretending its intentions are the delisting of the grizzly bear in the so-called, “Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.” Lest we forget that we operate within a rigged system of control, profiteering, and human engineering? The USFWS has no serious intention to […]

Wildlife Alliance of Maine Files for Summary Judgement in Lynx Incidental Take Permit

According to information I have received, the Wildlife Alliance of Maine has filed for Summary Judgement in its case against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for issuing the state of Maine an Incidental Take Permit for Canada lynx.

Proposed Revisions To ESA Raise Concerns, Questions

Doyel Shamley, CEO of Veritas Research states, “As originally proposed, numerous entities that are the most adversely effected by erroneous listing procedures, local governments and localized industries, widely supported the revised changes. However, with the newly added revisions inserted into the proposal, the agencies will once again ignore the input of local government and the […]

The Flam-Flam of Designating Critical Habitat?

If the Department of Interior(DOI)/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(USFWS) is given complete discretion over designating critical habitat for Threatened or Endangered Species, who will this act benefit? We see below the summary of what has been published in the Federal Register, by the USFWS, where they change their mind about designating critical habitat for the northern […]

New Mexico Plans Lawsuit to Stop USFWS From Releasing More Mongrel Dogs

GOOD LUCK WITH THAT! Last October I shared with readers that the State of New Mexico was going to fight the Federal Government – the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(USFWS) – if the USFWS made plans to introduce more federally protected Mexican gray wolves in that state. Because of the very clear and precise history […]

New Obama Administration Habitat Rules Grant Limitless Discretion to Federal Agencies

Press Release from the House Committee on Natural Resources: WASHINGTON, D.C., April 19, 2016 – Today, the House Committee on Natural Resources held an oversight hearing on the Obama Administration’s expansive new definitions and revised criteria for designating critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act.Chairman Rob Bishop (R-UT) argued the new rules allow the U.S. Fish and […]