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Wolverines: Legal Protection Needed

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April 3, 2013 | Feature

Winning One for the Wolverine

Managing Attorney Tim Preso isn’t likely to square off against a grizzly bear—as wolverines do—but he’s figured out how to use the persistence and determination of a wolverine to keep it from going extinct in the continental United States.

February 14, 2013 | Feature

Keeping the Wolverine Wild

After more than a decade of litigation, the federal government has finally proposed to protect wolverines as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Down to Earth speaks with Douglas H. Chadwick, a wildlife biologist and journalist who wrote the book The Wolverine Way.

February 5, 2013 | Blog Post

Attorney Persevered Like A Wolverine To Protect Them

Last Friday, the federal government proposed to protect wolverines as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Wolverines are the biggest member of the weasel, mink, marten and otter family, but they don’t act like good family members—they are loners who cover huge ranges usually high in mountain ranges above tree line up in the rock, ice and snow.

April 20, 2011 | Blog Post

Saving Our Wild Places: Conservation Activist Gene Sentz

(This is the third in a series of Q & A's on the Crown of the Continent, a 10-million acre expanse of land in northern Montana and southern Canada. Gene Sentz is co-founder of the Friends of the Rocky Mountain Front, one of the organizations whose activism resulted in the banning of oil and gas leasing in the Front. To learn more about this wild place and how Earthjustice is working to protect it, check out our Crown web feature.

March 25, 2011 | Feature

Down to Earth: Tim Preso on Wildlife of the Crown of the Continent

Earthjustice is working to protect some of the threatened species in the Crown and elsewhere in the northern Rockies. Listen to Earthjustice Attorney Tim Preso speak about the importance of wolverines and other iconic wildlife to the region.

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