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Jasper Carlton, director of the Biodiversity Legal Foundation, told High Country News that he believes that frogs and other amphibians are the proverbial canary in the coal mine.
The other groups filing the lawsuit along with Spirit of the Sage include the Shoshone Gabrielino Nation, a co-founder of the council; the Biodiversity Legal Foundation, a Boulder, Colo., environmental group; the National Endangered Species Network; the Humane Society of the United States; the Klamath Forest Alliance, a California nonprofit group; and the Mountaineers, one of the oldest conservation groups in Washington state.
Populations currently are low in New Mexico, and elsewhere in its range, as stated in the petition to list the lesser prairie chicken as threatened (Biodiversity Legal Foundation 1995) and in the response by Walsh (1998), but more information is needed before a final decision can be made about listing the species.
The state has listed the bird as threatened, and a petition has been filed by the Northwest Ecosystem Alliance and the Biodiversity Legal Foundation to list the species federally.
Alarmed by the declining population trend, two nonprofit groups--the Biodiversity Legal Foundation in Colorado and the Predator Project in Montana--together filed a petition in March 1995 calling for federal protection of the wolverine as either threatened or endangered in the lower 48 states under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
The Biodiversity Legal Foundation has filed a suit against the FWS for not listing the fish.
"The Bonners Ferry Ranger district, from a wildlife perspective, is probably one of the most overcut and mismanaged districts in the entire National Forest System," says Jasper Carlton, director of the Biodiversity Legal Foundation. By cutting trees in old-growth forests, federal and state agencies have "failed to integrate the needs of woodland caribou and all sensitive, threatened, and endangered species in the ecosystem," he adds.
"America is dying and the Endangered Species Act is needed more than ever," says Jasper Carlton, founder of the Colorado-based Biodiversity Legal Foundation, and one of the environmentalists urging full reauthorization.
At least 6,000 species need immediate protection under the Endangered Species Act, according to Jasper Carlton of the Biodiversity Legal Foundation, but only 1,235 are listed as threatened or endangered (see "The Last of Their Kind," cover story, May/June 1999), The plight of many species, including the 298 officially proposed and candidate species, is now even more uncertain.
It will ultimately be consumers who decide the fate of the Galapagos' "fruit of the sea." CONTACT: The Biodiversity Legal Foundation, 944 Pearl Street, Studio C, Boulder, CO 80302/(303)443-5518.
Led by Defenders, the Biodiversity Legal Foundation and the Northwest Ecosystem Alliance, 13 environmental groups are pursuing USFWS in court to list the lynx as endangered.
In Montana's northwestern corner, the Kootenai National Forest was targeted for a harvest of over 100 million board feet, "more than the national forests of Colorado produced in a year," says Jasper Carlton, director of the Biodiversity Legal Foundation in Boulder, Colorado.
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