Endangered Species Act: How It’s Helping Captive Animals 2019
In 2016, the Animal Legal Defense Fund became the first to successfully use the Endangered Species Act on behalf of captive animals held at Cricket Hollow Zoo in Iowa.
Join us for a special look into this case and the success stories that have followed. Staff Attorney, Danny Waltz, will present with a Q&A to follow.
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Big Cat Public Safety Act Passes the U.S. Senate in Victory for AnimalsThe bill helps end the rampant abuse of tigers and other big cats in captivity by banning private possessionDecember 6, 2022 Press Release
Endangered Species Act Rollbacks Reversed After Animal Legal Defense Fund LawsuitU.S. District Court has ruled in favor of the Animal Legal Defense Fund following its lawsuit to vacate rules imposed by the U.S. Department of the Interior in 2019 under the Trump administration that weakened the Endangered Species Act (ESA).July 8, 2022 Press Release
Animal Legal Defense Fund Adds $5,000 to Reward in Case of Endangered Red Wolf ShootingReward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for illegally shooting and killing a red wolf in Tyrrell County, North Carolina.May 24, 2022 Press Release