Well, there’s nothing like a controversy to get the corporate media going! In the past couple of days, outlets around the globe, especially in the U.S., have spilled ink (or the Internet equivalent) over the federal governemnt’s plan to remove wolves in the lower forty-eight states from the list of endangered species. In case you missed the original salvo in this story, click here for Sinapu’s press release from earlier in the week.
Given the amount of coverage the issue has received this week, I’ll provide links to just a few of the most salient articles, and will update the list if new articles come in this week (the name of the source appears in parentheses next to the link):
- Gray wolves may lose US protected status (The Christian Science Monitor)
- Feds propose lifting wolves’ protection (Rocky Mountain News)
- Despite recovery elsewhere, area wolves remain on endangered list (Grand Junction Sentinel)
- Delisting planned for gray wolves (Denver Post)