Center for Biological Diversity 2012 Annual Report

Photo: The Center's 2012 Annual Report is right here: You should check it out.

June 27, 2013, | “This was a record-breaking year for protecting endangered species. The Center for Biological Diversity won positive Endangered Species Act decisions for 104 animals and plants, as well as final protection for 33 species, including two Arctic ice seals, Puerto Rico’s coquí llanero tree frog, eight southeastern mussels, 23 Hawaiian plants and insects and a San Francisco manzanita once believed to have vanished forever from the wild. We also secured 40 million acres of protected habitat for wildlife — an area larger than Pennsylvania.”

Lots of successes here, with solid plans for more.
The Center’s 2012 Annual Report is right here

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