For Immediate Release September 7, 2016 Contacts: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746, firstname.lastname@example.org Matthew Bishop, Western Environmental Law Center, 406-324-8011, email@example.com Bethany Cotton, WildEarth Guardians, 406-414-7227, firstname.lastname@example.org Arran Robertson, Oregon Wild, 503-283-6343 ext. 223, email@example.com Missoula, MT — Today the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana ordered the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) to … Continue reading Press Release: Court Orders Fish and Wildlife Service to Reexamine Lynx Critical Habitat
Press Release For Immediate Release November 17, 2014 Contacts: Nick Cady, Legal Director, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746 John Mellgren, Attorney, Western Environmental Law Center, 541-525-5087 Conservationists Challenge Insufficient Lynx Protection Feds Fail to Protect Rare Cat’s Habitat in Oregon and Washington, Undermining Recovery EUGENE, Ore. —Today, the Western Environmental Law Center (WELC) filed … Continue reading Conservationists Challenge Insufficient Lynx Protection
By Bob Ferris Last weekend I stood on the rim of Crater Lake with my wife. We were staring at the spectacular, Ty-D-Bol-colored water and contemplating strolling down the 700-foot drop to the shore and then back along the mile-long trail. In walks like this there is always stunning beauty, but there is also … Continue reading Looking Backwards, Forward and to You
By Bob Ferris There is a concept in ecology known as niche separation. It is basically how two or more similar species have evolved or changed to occupy similar spaces or use similar resources with minimal conflict. If you do not understand the concept, think about common resources in your houses such as sinks, … Continue reading Of Snowmobiles, Lynx and Coyotes
On December 23, 2013 Cascadia Wildlands and coalition of conservation groups submitted the following comments in regards to Canada lynx critical habitat. Please click the below link to read our comments. Comment.FINAL.lynx.critical.habitat.12_23_2013
Aggressive hunting, trapping, and agriculturally driven eradication programs formerly decimated carnivore populations across the Pacific Northwest. While efforts have been made in the past by federal agencies to recover some of these species, in most cases funding has been cut, enthusiasm lost, and efforts politically preempted.