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Friends of the Earth Jul 11
Due to the , wolves have now started to recover after humans brought them to the brink of extinction Thank you to all the Senators who sent a letter to telling him to stop trying to undo that progress.
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Defenders of Wildlife Jul 10
Retweet to thank our 69 champions in the House of Representatives for taking a stand to protect from losing federal protections under the . “The proposal does not appear to represent the best available science…” (1/2)
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Center for Progressive Reform 11h
Let's take a moment to thank and the for saving America's national emblem from extinction.
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Kierán Suckling Jul 15
Kirtland's warbler is huge success story. It increased from less than 200 pairs when protected in 1967, to over 2,500 today. It will be declared "recovered" and removed from the federal endangered species list later this year. (thread)
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Phoenix Zoo Jul 16
We're excited to announce the hatching of nine Louisiana pine snakes, a threatened species under the ! From 2014 to 2019, the Phoenix Zoo has had 35 pine snake hatchlings, with 10 being released to the wild. Learn More |
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WildEarth Guardians Jul 16
The comment period on removing gray protections just closed this week. Get some background on the delisting efforts—and on what we stand to lose if we lose wolves—in this article from our summer newsletter:
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Born Free USA Jul 16
Thank you to everyone who signed our opposing the Trump admin's plans to remove protections from gray . We submitted our comment and your sigs to ! Read what is at stake if we fail to protect wolves:
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Key West Seaport Jul 16
In the 1800’s was the center for the sea turtle processing industry? With tens of thousands of turtles being consumed each year & the sea turtle population quickly decimating, the made it illegal in 1973. For more info, visit our FB or IG page! _
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Kierán Suckling Jul 15
Replying to @KieranSuckling
It was known to be imperiled since the 1940s, but serious conservation research & action began with its 1967 listing. Still, it took 20 years to understand its decline and overcome social barriers to its recovery. Species conservation is a long-term process
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Earthjustice Jul 15
1.8 million Americans submitted comments opposing the 's plans to strip protections from gray wolves. In addition, 86 lawmakers, 100 scientists, 230 businesses, and 367 veterinary professionals submitted letters opposing the wolf delisting plan.
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HSLF Jul 15
On behalf of the coalition of orgs working to keep wolves protected under the , THANK YOU to the 1.8 mill of you who expressed opposition to the ’s proposal to strip ESA protections from gray wolves. We accomplish great things when we act as a pack🐺
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WildEarth Guardians Jul 15
THANK YOU to the 1.8 million people who expressed opposition to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposal to strip protections from gray , among the most comments ever submitted on a federal endangered species decision! 🐺
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JaneGoodallInstitute Jul 14
Want to do something right now to help ? Stand up for the and tell your representatives that you will fight for the ESA -->
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Sierra Club Jul 14
TAKE ACTION: Tell the Trump Administration to abandon its plans to strip protections for gray ! The comment deadline is July 15:
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WildEarth Guardians Jul 12
The comment period on removing gray ' protections ends July 15th! If you haven't yet, sign our joint comments now & speak up for wolves!
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Defenders of Wildlife Jul 12
A new study released today confirms politics rather than scientific data played a role in influencing criteria for listing & reintroduction efforts for the Mexican gray under the .
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Sierra Club Jul 12
Join the more than 1 million people fighting against being stripped of their protections! Take action today & tell the Department of Interior to protect America’s :
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Defenders of Wildlife Jul 10
Replying to @Defenders
“…we are alarmed that the Trump administration is seeking to remove vital protectors for this vulnerable species.” Thank you Senators for opposing the Trump Administration’s plan to strip protections for ! Read more: (2/2)
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Endangered Species Coalition Jul 10
Thank you Senator for standing up for protections for still-recovering gray wolves!
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