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Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate

Press Releases
Jul 29, 2004
Endangered Species Bottleneck Continues

Scientists & Conservation Groups Pressure Feds for Prairie Dog Petition Finding; impacts to cultural values

Jul 22, 2004
Bureau of Land Management Ignores Mandate to Protect Rare Plants in Critical Areas from Livestock Trampling

Waterflow Grazing Allotment Plan Allows Cattle in Hogback ACEC

Public Lands
Jul 20, 2004
Rally for New Mexico Wildlands, Wildlife, and Water – Majority of New Mexicans Support Environmental Protections from Oil and Ga

Come Rally to Protect New Mexico Wildlands and Otero Mesa from Oil and Gas Drilling

Public Lands, Rivers, Wildlife
Jul 19, 2004
Roadless Areas and Wildlife At Risk Under Federal Oil and Gas Leasing Program

Bureau of Land Management Leasing in Rawhide Canyon & Other Areas Challenged

Climate + Energy, Wildlife
#EndTheWarOnWildlife, #KeepItInTheGround
Jul 13, 2004
Groups File Appeal to Halt Largest Commercial Logging Operation on National Forests in New Mexico

The Agua Caballos logging project on the Carson National Forest would violate NFMA, ESA, and NEPA and harm the Northern Goshawk and Abert's squirrel

Public Lands, Wildlife
#EndTheWarOnWildlife, #EndangeredSpeciesAct, #WildlandsForWildlife
Jul 12, 2004
Bush Administration Stranglehold on Endangered Species Information: Conservation Groups Push Forward on Release of Mountain Plover

While the Service has estimated there are at least 36,000 pages of documents responsive to WildEarth Guardians' requests, not one document has yet been provided to the organization

Jul 12, 2004
Bingaman on Administration’s Roadless Rule Flip-Flop

The Bush Administration today proposed undoing a regulation that protects parts of our national forests from road construction, logging, mining and other commercial activity.

Public Lands
Jul 8, 2004
New Mexico Endangered Species List Comes Up Short – Report Underscores Inadequacy of State Wildlife Conservation Program

The NM Game and Fish is not adequately protecting the state's unique natural heritage, according to a report released today by WildEarth Guardians

Jun 8, 2004
Temporary Reprieve From Oil And Gas Leasing On 32,500 Acres In NM – Agency upholds most of WildEarth Guardians’ challenge…

WildEarth Guardians contends that the agency is offering parcels for lease without first conducting adequate environmental review

Climate + Energy, Wildlife
#EndangeredSpeciesAct, #KeepItInTheGround
May 3, 2004
Temporary Reprieve From Oil And Gas Leasing For Aplomado Falcon – Agency upholds portion of WildEarth Guardians’ challenge…

The BLM's decision was the first acknowledgement by the agency that WildEarth Guardians' concerns over the lack of environmental analysis by the agency prior to leasing are legitimate

Climate + Energy, Wildlife
#EndangeredSpeciesAct, #KeepItInTheGround