Enviros Sue Over Mexican Wolf Recovery Rule Delay

Law360, New York (November 28, 2012, 6:45 PM EST) -- The Center for Biological Diversity hit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department with a suit in Washington federal court Wednesday accusing the agency of unreasonably delaying reforms that would protect the nearly extinct Mexican gray wolf.

The center says that in response to a petition and subsequent lawsuit, Fish and Wildlife agreed in 2007 to implement population management recommendations that would help protect the endangered gray wolf — the total number of which has dwindled to only 58 animals as a result of poaching and relocation...
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CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY v. SALAZAR et al


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1:12-cv-01920

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District Of Columbia

Nature of Suit

Environmental Matters

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Royce C. Lamberth

Date Filed

November 27, 2012

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