Friday, June 25, 2010
The Endangered Species Act Works
The Endangered Species Act works. Another example of that is the growing population of gray wolves in northern Wisconsin. State officials estimate the population is 700 to 750, the highest for wolves since pre-settlement times and far above federal goals set in the 1990s.
State officials are asking the feds to remove the wolf from the endangered species list and allow the state to manage the population.
Gray Wolves: Return to Yellowstone (America's Animal Comebacks)