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Fish and WIldlife Service Introduction to Critical Habitat Property Grab

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Uploaded on Feb 9, 2012

US Fish and Wildlife Service presents the introduction for the Gopher Frog's Critical Habitat hearing in Gulfport, Mississippi. As they do their jobs the Fish and Wildlife Service seal the fate of property owners forever shackling them to the federal government's regulations. Property owners will eventually loose that land.

"The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWLS) will conduct an in-depth status review of 374 rare southeastern aquatic, riparian and wetland animal and plant species to determine if any or all of them warrant FEDERAL protection as a threatened or endangered species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA)."

How much land will be left for property owners? They are taking land not only with the characteristics required for the survival of the frog but also private property without suitable habitat. It would take about 100 years to restore the long leaf pine trees for the frog.

None of it matters to the FWLS because it is about taking the land as fast as they can under the guise of following the Endangered Species Act. They are doing their job, unfortunately it is steeling America's liberty and shredding the constitutional right to on private property.

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