Whidden city clerk of MulberTy, states that his father wa s bor n in this county in 18U, and that his grandfa t her h'ad lived in the county, and in other parts of South Florida' many years before that event. These few pioneers, and o t hers who came after them, were hardy souls, who sought the adventure o f a wild countr y, which provided a paradi se for the hunter and fisherTRan, and which afforded freedom fr om the restraint and conventions of civilization. A little later soldiers who partiCipat e d in the Indian wars, and who grew attached t o the country during their period of service, with the re t urn of peace elected t o remain in the land they had learned to love. Some of them went back to their homes in the northern part of this S t ;lte, or in 'other State s.
OriginandPurposes of the ESA General Structure of the EBA The Critical Rabitat Designation Process Substantive Obligations Under Section 7 of the Act Substantive Obligations Under Section 9 of the Act.
Procedural Obligations Under Section 7 of the Act At the outset, it is important to consider how ESA obligations relate to the environmental protection responsibilities of EPA. These actions, like actions to implement the ESA, are essential to the protection of wildlife and biodiversity: These same actions, however, also create the possibility of harm to species, as well as benefits.
The establishment of environmental standards or permissible levels of pollution or contaminants, for example, could make possible the introduction of agents or contaminants into the environment that may adversely affect species and habitat protected by the ESA.
This briefing paper is not intended to be a substitute for specific legal advice in individual cases. The ESA is a detailed, substantive statute. Moreover, EPA actions and related compliance issues and opportunities vary according to the particular circumstances surrounding each case or program.
The stated purposes of the Act are to: Hill, 3 U. Hill and several of the other selected cases cited in this briefing paper are reproduced at TAB C. HillU.
A December, News Release of the Fish and Wildlife Service indicated, for example, that the Act has been essential to the protection of the bald eagle, the American alligator, the gray whale and the peregrine falcon, which all seemed headed toward extinction twenty years ago.
Today, the alligator no longer needs protection under the Act, and the bald eagle, the peregrine and the gray whale show high promise of returning to healthy numbers. House of Representatives, April 2 compel compliance with the Act has been extensive. Although the Act has been amended several times, its essential substantive mandates have changed very little since its adoption.
The ESA is administered by the U. The Service has broad authority under the Act to promulgate other regulations to provide for the conservation of species.
Roosevelt Cam obello International Park Commission v. EPAF. See also State of Louisiana, ex. VerityF. The Listing Process The protective provisions of the Act apply principally to species which are listed as either threatened or endangered by, or upon request of, the Service.
An endangered species means any species in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range, other than a species of Class Insecta pests whose protection would present an overwhelming and overriding risk to man. Candidate species, however, have no legal status under the Act.
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