The Endangered Species Act vs. Land Owners. Whose side are you on?. Lisa D. Hunter, PRTM 820. Overview. Creation of the Act The List Case: What would you do? ESA at work Resolve. The Act. Created in 1973
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Whose side are you on?
Lisa D. Hunter, PRTM 820
Taxonomically invalid - range either underestimated or threat overestimated
Still considered a ‘data error’
How does this happen?
RC Woodpecker threat overestimated
Eastern Indigo Snake
Hawksbill Sea Turtle
Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle
Leatherback Sea Turtle
Loggerhead Sea Turtle
Green Sea TurtleProtected Species in SC
As a land owner, you are required to have the species/habitat accounted for
Typically someone hires wildlife biologists to conduct an EIS on their property
If the species is found you cannot develop
Not too many – save some for my group on Tuesday
http://endangered.fws.gov/whatwedo.html threat overestimated
Society of American Foresters www.safnet.org