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Gray wolves removed from endangered species list

Gray wolves removed from endangered species list

Gray wolves have been removed from the list of species receiving federal protections under the Endangered Species Act in the Lower 48 US states, the Trump administration announced Thursday. ’After more than 45 years as a listed species, the gray wolf has exceeded all conservation goals for recovery’, said the Interior Secretary, announcing the delisting. There are now more than 6,000 gray wolves.

Chris
Chris
Neil
Neil 0 months

Is this not a good thing? It means that their numbers have increased enough not to be considered endangered. Why does it seem like the news is trying to spin this into something bad?

Don
Don 0 months

To begin with, Grey Wolves on Federal land are still protected. Grey Wolves on Tribal and State land will be under their jurisdiction. Populations will still be monitored. This action allows states and Tribes to manage their population of Grey wolves accordingly.

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