Endangered Species, Pt. 2

Saving the grizzly bear and the American bald eagle was not a tough decision. But what about the bog turtle and the red-legged frog? And how do we balance the needs of ranchers and wolves that were once near extinction? Join Neal Conan and guests to explore the future of the Endangered Species Act. Guests:

Tom France
*Director and counsel for National Wildlife Federation's Northern Rockies office

Jim Urbigkit
*A sheep rancher who filed a law suit against the re-introduction of the wolf in Wyoming.

John Nielsen
*NPR environment correspondent

Robert LaVine
*Director of grower relations with Robert Mondavi Wine

Steve Manning
*Project coordinator for the Leon River Restoration Project
*Member of the Central Texas Cattleman's Association
*Fifth generation rancher in Central Texas

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