Post Tagged with: "endangered species list"
Now celebrating its 75th anniversary, The Wildlife Society promotes science-based wildlife management and conservation by providing young and seasoned professionals alike with information, training, and policy outreach designed to protect wildlife resources. Growing larger every year, The Wildlife Society unites professionals dedicated to sustaining wildlife and its habitats worldwide. The [...]Read more ›
On December 13th, 2010, the US Fish & Wildlife Service published a long-awaited report on the potential listing of the wolverine (Gulo gulo) under the Endangered Species Act. Rare by nature, the 30lb (14kg) wolverine has achieved mythical status for its ability to kill moose hindered by deep snow and [...]Read more ›
The Wolverine is one of the most fascinating and least understood animals on the planet. This small, rare, and elusive creature may be able to kill a moose or fend a grizzly off a kill, but it faces serious threats such as climate change for which it is no match.Read more ›
We are pleased to announce that our short films have picked up two more Official Selections, and in the same festival no less! Open Space and Crossroads both made the cut at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival this year. We plan on attending, so we’ll see you there!Read more ›
This is a short web film produced for Montana Audubon addressing the impact oil & gas development has on sage grouse, a species recently warranted by the USFWS as worthy of protection under the Endangered Species Act. This film includes interviews with David Sibley, Dave Naugle, and Amy Cilimburg. You [...]Read more ›
This is a demo from our most recent project, which is ever so close to being done. The larger film is about conservation of sagebrush habitat and its sage-dependent species. Things such as oil and gas development and residential development have been displacing sage-dependent species at rates simply incompatible with [...]Read more ›
Environmental lawsuits brought by myriad organizations tend to make me uneasy, but I completely agree with the main contention of this lawsuit, which was that the impacts of climate change were not considered in the delisting and these impacts are SIGNIFICANT. If you live in this area, as I do, [...]Read more ›