Feds announce plans for 250 imperiled species

Associated Press: The Obama administration on Tuesday announced a deal with environmentalists to work through a backlog of more than 250 imperiled animals and plants in order to determine which merit federal protection. Interior Department officials said the proposal stemmed from a court agreement with WildEarth Guardians, one in a handful of groups that have filed hundreds of legal actions against the agency over its handling of species such as the greater sage grouse and Canada lynx. Those are in a long list......

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