Victory for the California Tiger Salamanders!
From the Save the Frogs website:
"Big thanks to the 452 SAVE THE FROGS! supporters who sent letters to the California Fish & Game Commission urging them to protect the California Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma californiense). The Commission voted 3-2 yesterday to protect the Tiger Salamanders under the state Endangered Species Act. This represents a major step forward in the conservation of the species. The salamanders are threatened with extinction due to the widespread destruction of their habitat; high rates of road mortality; and hybridization with invasive species. Thanks to the Center for Biological Diversity for initiating and following through with the petitions and lawsuits that kept the pressure on the Commission over the last six years."
Hooray! We did it!
My original post:
The California Tiger Salamander is threatened with extinction, and the state of California is about to vote on whether to list the species under the Endangered Species Act.
Please visit this link and send a letter to the California Fish & Game Commission urging them to list the California Tiger Salamander as Threatened under the state Endangered Species Act. The call for comments period ends at 11:59pm March 1st, so please act quickly!
When you go to the link, all you have to do is fill in a couple fields and hit "send", easy as pie! Please take a minute to help save the California Tiger Salamander...you'll be glad you did!