Wolves overruled

March 1998
Sierra;Mar/Apr98, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p39
Cites a court ruling in the United States in December 1997 tagging the wolf recovery efforts at the Yellowstone National Park as a violation of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 due to the classification of the wolves as experimental animals, thus exempted from the law's protection. Ranchers' efforts in eradicating wolves from the park; Animal welfare advocates' call for support from Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt.


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