September 19, 2020

Another USFWS Tactic to Line the Pockets of Environmentalists?

Siding with the plaintiffs, U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy on Thursday gave officials 30 days to propose a schedule for completing the recovery plan.

Molloy said the history of the case raised skepticism about the agency’s ability to get the work done without court intervention. Federal officials previously had pledged to initiate recovery plans in 2007, 2011 and, most recently, by the end of this year.

“The stutter-step approach taken by the service raises the concern — even the certainty — that if a deadline is not in place, a new impediment will continually prevent the development of a recovery plan for the lynx,” Molloy wrote.<<<Read More>>>

While it is a good thing that the people who live in the Northern Rockies region haven’t been encumbered by a fake Canada lynx “recovery” plan, the tactics used by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) are typical in that environmentalists file lawsuits and line their bank accounts.

Canada lynx, just like the gray wolf, is not and never has been an endangered or even threatened species. Because of an ancient and poorly designed and interpreted Endangered Species Act, Americans have to endure such nonsense.

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