Issued monthly by the WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Suite 700, 1146 19th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 Phone 202-371-1808 FAX 202-408-5059 WMI Website Richard E. McCabe, Editor

Critics say species list is endangered

Though the bald eagle has rebounded, others are dying off. Critics blame an agency that's underfunded and in turmoil.,0,4518479.story?coll=ktla-home-4

The American Recreation Coalition

The American Recreation Coalition was born as a direct response to the petroleum crisis of 1979. It's mission was to ensure that Congress did nothing to infringe upon the use of gasoline for recreation and tourism. ARC's earliest supporters included Chevron,

Working Wilderness and Other Code Words

Guest Opinion: George Wuerthner's On the Range By George Wuerthner, 7-08-07 My former wife, Mollie, had many positive influences upon me. Among other things she also taught me the importance of words. Early in our relationship, I was telling her about some the

Recreational Shooting of Prairie Dogs: A Portal for Lead Entering Wildlife

Journal of Wildlife Management Article: pp. 103-108 %7C Abstract %7C PDF (143K) JONATHAN N. PAULI1,a, STEVEN W. BUSKIRK Department of Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY 82071, USA Although lead shot has been banned for waterfowl hunting in

Chemical Cover-up and Mangled Make-over: Employees Face Toxic Conditions

From PEER The mission of the Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration is to "assure the safety and health of America's workers;" why then would they try to hide data documenting years of toxic exposures to workers and its own inspectors?

Rangers to the Rescue!

From PEER As more humans hit the road (or create off-road trails with ORVs) for summer vacations, please help prevent recreation from becoming wreckeation. In Florida alone, the endangered panther's already fragmented habitat is being split further with newly