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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service exists to conserve nature. In Collier County, Florida, money from developers may be interfering with that mission.
A group of Southwest Florida landowners called the Eastern Collier Property Owners (EPCO) has been paying the salaries of staff at the local Fish and Wildlife Service outpost. That same office is reviewing the landowners’ development plans to build in the Florida panther’s last remaining habitat. The financial arrangement casts doubt on the agency’s ability to make a fair decision.
With only 120 to 230 Florida panthers left alive, their survival depends on officials taking the responsibility to steward endangered species seriously. Since last year, Earthjustice has been in court urging the government to do its job and protect the panthers. Read on to learn what you can do to help.
Florida panthers have teetered on the brink of extinction for decades.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is failing in its duty to protect endangered species.
Earthjustice is standing up for the Florida panther in court.
How can Earthjustice supporters help?