Administration Could Weaken Eagle Plan

Check out NWF senior counsel John Kostyack on NPR this morning:

“Bald Eagle May Leave Endangered List”
by Elizabeth Shogren, National Public Radio

Morning Edition, February 7, 2007 – The U.S. government’s top wildlife biologist says a Bush administration proposal to protect bald eagles won’t do the job.

NPR has obtained an internal government memo signed by Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dale Hall. In it, he calls on his bosses to abandon a key part of their proposal for managing bald eagles once they’re removed from the endangered species list.


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