Federal funds are running out at the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center and officials plan to close the site and euthanize hundreds of the tortoises they've been caring for since the animals were added to the endangered species …
Months before the heated contention between the Bureau of Land Management and Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy, purportedly over protecting an endangered species of desert tortoise ... Officials expect to euthanize more than half …
JEAN — After years — perhaps a lifetime — in cushy captivity, desert tortoise No. 6349 spent his first ... Fish and Wildlife Service in Southern Nevada. Senn said no tortoises have been euthanized — or will be — because of the …
The Desert Tortoise Conservation Center (DTCC) in Las Vegas is preparing to shut down due to lack of federal funds. Unfortunately, the closure of the conservation center means an upward of 1,400 tortoises will have to be euthanized
Federal funds are running out at the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center and officials plan to close the site and euthanize hundreds of the tortoises they've been caring for since the reptiles were added to the endangered species …
If we euthanize him, are we robbing him of 30 years? It doesn't seem fair to euthanize them just because the tortoises are sick and someone ran out of money." Desert tortoises have made their rocky homes in Utah, California, Arizona …
has chosen to “euthanize” (shame on you, Washington Post, for such sloppy language) them. “It’s the lesser of two evils, but it’s still evil,” said U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service desert tortoise recovery coordinator Roy Averill-Murray.
The Desert Tortoise Conservation Center near Las Vegas is running out of funds and federal officials plan to close the center and euthanize, (Yes EUTHANIZE) hundreds of desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii) at the center, according …
Re: “Refuge's tortoises in trouble -- Euthanasia likely for its endangered denizens as center's funds run dry,” Monday news story. The story about plans to euthanize hundreds of endangered desert tortoises because the Nevada Desert