Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the Trump administration have stripped federal protections from Yellowstone grizzlies, paving the way for Wyoming and Idaho to allow more than 20 bears to be shot.
Release of Three Mexican Gray Wolf Packs Needed to Put Recovery Back on Track
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Generation Wild: Saving Life on Earth
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Wildlife, larger than life
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Read about the Center's suit challenging Trump's latest move offering up 78 million acres of the Gulf of Mexico for offshore oil drilling. Also in this issue: our push to release more Mexican gray wolf packs, saving Yellowstone's grizzlies from trophy hunters, and much more. Don't miss our Wild & Weird video showing some dramatic deep-sea footage starring a barracuda and a burrow-dwelling "Atlantic midshipman" fish.