Court rejects walrus listing appeal
Says that Fish and Wildlife provided adequate justification for 2017 decision not to list Pacific walrus as endangered under ESA
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The federal District Court in Alaska has rejected an appeal by the Center for Biological Diversity against a 2017 decision by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service not to list the Pacific walrus as endangered under the terms of Endangered Species Act. In a Sept. 26 court order Judge Sharon Gleason reject....
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