Michael Robinson

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Conservation advocate with the Center for Biological Diversity and author of Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West

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Mexican gray wolves are the most endangered mammal in the United States.  In 1998, the Clinton Administration began a  recovery program  on 4 million acres of mostly public land in New…

Will the Mexican Wolf Survive the Obama Administration?

Mexican gray wolves are the most endangered mammal in the United States.  In 1998, the Clinton Administration began a recovery program on 4 million acres of mostly public land in New…

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