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Enviros tee up lawsuits as Trump administration moves to remove ESA protections for most gray wolves

Gray wolves in the lower 48 states were removed from Endangered Species Act protections Thursday, a move that was harshly criticized and drew promises of legal challenges.


"Today’s action reflects the Trump administration’s continued commitment to species conservation based on the parameters of the law and the best scientific and commercial data available,” Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said during an event at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge in Minnesota.


https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2020/10/gray-wolf-removed-endangered-species-list-spurring-legal-challenges

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