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ESA Neg

ESA Neg

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Published by randomboy96
Negative against Abolish/Reform the ESA
Negative against Abolish/Reform the ESA

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Published by: randomboy96 on May 17, 2010
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1.Opening quote endangered species works...............................................................................................1 2.ESA increased whooping crane population 10 fold.................................................................................1 3.Kirkland warblers population tripled from esa........................................................................................1 4.shouldn't label a species that hasn't recovered a "failure"........................................................................2 5.shouldn't wait so long to put a species on the list....................................................................................2 6.ESA Mesures of success..........................................................................................................................2 7.Time needed for a species to recover .......................................................................................................2
Opening quote endangered species works
The Endangered Species Act works, and there is no better example of that than the burgeoning population of gray wolves in northern Wisconsin.
ESA increased whooping crane population 10 fold
May 2005, The Center for Conservation Incentives, "The Endangered Species Act: Success or Failure",http://www.edf.org/documents/4465_ESA_Success%20or%20Failure.pdf 
Since the Endangered Species Act was passed in 1973, the population has grown nearly tenfold, to 468 birds. Those in Congress familiar with the history of crane conservation certainly understood in 1973that ensuring the bird's future would require many more decades of sustained effort. Over the ensuingthree decades, that effort has been dramatically successful, though the crane is still endangered andalmost certainly will remain so for many years to come.
Kirkland warblers population tripled from esa
Micheal J. Bean (Direct of the Center for conservative incentives), May 2005, Center for conservativeincentives, "The Endangered Species Act: Success or Failure",http://www.edf.org/documents/4465_ESA_Success%20or%20Failure.pdf 
By the spring of 2004, the sustained effort had boosted Kirtland's warbler numbers to 1,341 singingmales, the highest number ever recorded. In 50 years,the population of the warbler has more than tripled, but it remains one of the rarest birds in North America.Page 1 of 2

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