Eagles find home at dump in Sudbury The Sudbury Star (1/8) The eagle has landed – at the landfill. While a few examples of the impressive raptor have been glimpsed in previous years at The Kingsway dump, in Sudbury, Ont., it seems like this winter has brought a real bonanza of baldies.
Wolf delisting bill does not make it to a vote The Northwoods River News (12/23) An attempt to delist wolves from the federal endangered species list by attaching it to an omnibus appropriations bill in Congress has failed, and the future of the legislative effort is in doubt.
Future of act protecting Great Lakes wolves is uncertain West Central Tribune (12/15) One year after a federal judge ordered gray wolves in the Great Lakes region back under federal Endangered Species Act protection, the future management of the big carnivores remains as uncertain and controversial as ever.
General Resources EE-Link: Endangered Species University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment Provides links to many additional endangered species sites, state and international lists, and has a special focus on education, including curricula.
Endangered Species Program U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Protecting endangered and threatened species and restoring them to a secure status in the wild is the primary objective of the endangered species program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an agency of the Department of the Interior.
Keep the Wild Alive National Wildlife Federation (NWF) The NWF's Keep the Wild Alive™ campaign is an education, advocacy, outreach, and on-the-ground conservation project designed to raise awareness of and improve conditions for endangered species.
The Raptor Center University of Minnesota The center's mission is "to preserve biological diversity among raptors and other avain species through medical treatment, scientific investigation, education, and management of wild populations."
Timber Wolf Alliance Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute TWA's mission is to promote and assist in achieving a sustainable population of timber wolves in the Great Lakes region, with emphasis on the Lake Superior basin.
Events Kirtland's Warbler Festival Celebrate the gradual return of the endangered Kirtland's Warbler and its home in the Jack Pine and AuSable River ecosystem. Kirtland Community College, named for the rare bird, is the host site for the festival, eight miles north of St. Helen, Mich.
Kirtland's Warbler Tours Guided tours to Kirtland's warbler nesting areas (from May-June) will depart from the U.S. Forest Service Office in Mio, Mich., and from the Holiday Inn in Grayling, Mich.
Species America's Mussels: Silent Sentinels U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service: Region 3 Half of the mussel species in the Midwest are endangered; find out why mussels are important, why they are endangered, and what you can do to help.
Keep the Wild Alive National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Spotlights a different endangered species each month, and also gives detailed information on many other endangered species, including migration routes and lifecycles.