Dennis Anderson: Gray wolf delisting glosses over need to protect other species, too

MINNEAPOLIS — The gray wolf has long been a cash cow for the Center for Biological Diversity and other environmetal groups, and when Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced in Bloomington Thursday the government’s intent to remove the wolf from Endangered Species Act protection and return it to state management, the bank accounts of these organizations stood ready to benefit.With about 2,700 wolves in Minnesota — about twice the number required for “recovered” status — the state is a poster child for conservation achievements that can be won for certain species under certain circumstances…

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