Keep Watch Of Endangered Salamander Rules In Texas

Law360, New York (August 26, 2013, 12:51 PM ET) -- Recent U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service actions pursuant to the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) have the potential to significantly affect public and private development in central Texas, as well as any other activities that impact water quality or quantity. On Aug. 20, 2013, the service published a final rule listing the Jollyville Plateau salamander as a threatened species and the Austin blind salamander as an endangered species, while also designating approximately 4,451 acres of critical habitat for both species. See 79 Fed.Reg. 51278, 51328....
To view the full article, take a free trial now.
Try Law360 for free for seven days
Already a subscriber? Click here to login

Already have access?

  1. Forgot your password?
  2. Sign In

Get instant access to the one-stop news source for business lawyers

Required

Sections

Law Firms Mentioned

Government Agencies Mentioned

Related Articles