Illinois DNR/ USFWS Clarify Status of Gray Wolves in Illinois
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Illinois DNR/ USFWS Clarify Status of Gray Wolves in Illinois (2012, January 23) [53**12]
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The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) remind the public that the Services recent action removing federal Endangered Species Act protection for gray wolves in portions of the Midwest has changed the status of wolves in Illinois north of Interstate 80. While wolves dispersing from northern states into Illinois are rare, any gray wolves in Illinois found north of I-80 are listed as threatened under state law, while those south of the interstate remain federally endangered. The change becomes effective January 27, 2012.
Illinois Information Service
Organization: Illinois Department of National Resources
One Natural Resources Way
Sprfingfield, IL 62702-1271
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- Creation Date (from issuing agency): 01 23 2012
- Document Modification Date (from issuing agency): 01 23 2012
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