E.S.A. on-line petition

Mark Egger m.egger at COMCAST.NET
Sun Jan 15 15:23:14 CST 2006

Many of you may be interested in signing on to this petition for
"Biologists" in support of maintaining a strong Endangered Species
Act. Please see the forwarded letter below and follow the URL-link.
Sorry for any cross posting & the "provincial" nature of this
U.S.-based  issue... Feel free to forward on as you see fit.



Begin forwarded message:

>From: "Jay Cordeiro"
><<mailto:jay_cordeiro at natureserve.org>jay_cordeiro at natureserve.org>
>Date: January 13, 2006 1:13:15 PM PST
>To: <<mailto:odonata-l at listhost.ups.edu>odonata-l at listhost.ups.edu>
>Subject: Fwd: Update: Scientist Letter Supporting Endangered Species Act
>Hi, all,
>This is a letter from Biologists to the United States Senate
>Concerning Science in the Endangered Species Act.
>The Endangered Species Act (ESA) has provided protection to our most
>threatened and endangered plants and animals for over 30 years. As new
>legislation makes its way through Congress that would weaken the ESA,
>undermine its scientific foundation, and cripple federal efforts to protect
>and preserve wildlife and their habitats, scientists' voices are critical. A
>strong, unified statement will help ensure that the science in the ESA
>remains strong.
>To sign on to the letter, go to the link provided and fill out the form. The
>letter is open to biologists with or working toward advanced degrees only.
>Please sign via Union of Concerned Scientists web page at:
>Best to all of you and thanks,
>jay c.
>Jay Cordeiro
>Research Zoologist
>11 Avenue de Lafayette, 5th Floor
>Boston, MA 02111

Mark Egger
Seattle, WA
mailto:m.egger at comcast.net

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