United States Fish and Wildlife Service
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said whoever etched the letters into algae on the animal's skin may have violated the Endangered Species Act.
The beloved pollinator is "a candidate" for threatened or endangered status, but feds said it's behind other species waiting for the designation.
Environmentalists and advocates for animals have vowed to challenge a decision stripping federal protections from wolves in the lower 48 states.
The administration's rollback of a 100-year-old conservation law opens the door for gross negligence -- or worse.
Scott Daniel Warren is about to go on trial in Arizona on charges of harboring undocumented migrants.
A review and public comment process could lead to import restrictions on hunting trophies and body parts from giraffes.
“We’re going to fight this in any way possible," said Jamie Clark of Defenders of Wildlife.
Desire to protect hunter access appears to have more pull than concerns over trashed parks.
Steven Chancellor has been a big beneficiary of rollbacks of Obama-era prohibitions on hunting trophy imports.
The move comes just days before Idaho and Wyoming were set to allow the hunting of 23 bears.