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Wyoming Game And Fish Tells Congress It’s Way Past Time To Delist The Grizzly

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Wyoming Game and Fish Director Brian Nesvik on Thursday told a congressional committee that grizzly bear numbers were healthy enough in Wyoming and the Yellowstone region to be removed from the Endangered Species List in 2003, but have remained listed because of bureaucracy.

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Hunters Skeptical Over Grizzly Delisting In Wyoming; “It’s Like Charlie Brown And The Football”

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Although officials are optimistic over the chances of the grizzly bear actually becoming delisted this time, Wyoming outdoorsmen are skeptical. “It’s kind of like Charlie Brown trying to kick the football and Lucy keeps pulling it out from under him,” one outdoorsman said.

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Why There Is A Very Good Chance That The Grizzly Bear Will Get Delisted This Time

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Wildlife experts say don’t expect judicial review to block delisting of the grizzly bear this time. They say because the evidence is irrefutable that the grizzly has recovered in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, courts won’t be able to block it and delisting is likely to happen.

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Chicago Attorney-Turned-Activist Wants Fish & Wildlife Director Fired To Save Wyoming Wolves, Grizzlies

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A retired Chicago tax attorney-turned environmental activist is taking a new strategy to opposing state management of wolves and grizzlies in Wyoming and other Mountain West states – fire the director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Where Is Grizzly 399? Famous Bear Who Hasn’t Been Seen In Over A Month May Have “Eloped”

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Unlike last year when a day wouldn’t pass without a sighting of Grizzly 399 and her cubs, this year it’s different. The famous bear hasn’t been spotted in over a month. Wildlife advocates think she has “eloped” with her new boyfriend.

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