Proposed Fracking in California Condor Habitat Draws Protest

Indybay: An oil industry proposal to drill and frack eight new wells and construct thousands of feet of new pipelines in the middle of Los Padres National Forest threatens the California condor and would generate fracking pollution dangerous to human health, two environmental groups said in a letter sent today to forest officials and the federal Bureau of Land Management (see PDF). In the letter the Center for Biological Diversity and Los Padres ForestWatch point out that the Endangered Species Act and......

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