WildEarth Guardians and The Rewilding Institute sue on the failing Mexican wolf program

WildEarth Guardians and The Rewilding Institute sue on the failing Mexican wolf program. Wild Again. By Rob Edward.

3 Responses to “WildEarth Guardians and The Rewilding Institute sue on the failing Mexican wolf program”

  1. Chris H. Says:

    Took a while but let’s hope or even pray that this will at least give the Mexican wolves a fair shot. And yes, we most certainly hear about the kids being afraid to go outside, pets getting killed, calves being eaten alive at birth and the ever famous way of life – ranching heritage.

  2. Rick Hammel Says:

    I am surprised that the Paquet recommendations were not asked for. In 2002 or 2003, Paul Paquet, and others, developed management recommendation for the Mexican wolf program that were never implemented. These recommendations would have gone a long way in keeping the recovery program from where it is today; on the brink of failure.

    Rick

  3. Maska Says:

    Rick,

    Some of the Paquet recommendations require a change in the current 10(j) experimental nonessential population rule under which the reintroduction is conducted. There is currently a rulemaking process underway under NEPA. The Paquet recommendations are among the items included in proposals for a “conservation alternative” in the new EIS. Other proposals include in uplisting of C. lupus baileyi to either fully endangered or “experimental essential” status.


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