When it rains it pours, but for the moment, the Great Black Bear is out.
It’s down to about 1,000 square miles, and its demise is a concern to many.
This week, the U.S. Forest Service and a group of local conservation groups launched a campaign to get the bear back on the endangered species list.
“When we lost the Great Blue Heron, the Bear was gone, but the Great White continues to take advantage of this area,” said Doug Moulton, an attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation.
“The White is going to be a major problem for bears in the future.”
The Great White, which is the second-largest bird in the world after the Blue Herons, is also one of the most critically endangered.
It was declared a threatened species in 2015 and is still in the process of being listed.
Its numbers have declined by 60 percent since then, with only 10,000 left in the wild.
Fish and Wildlife Service is working with local governments to reintroduce it to the wild in the next five years.
In order to do so, the government will have to establish the necessary conditions to bring the bear into the wild, including having the public and wildlife agree to pay a fee for the reintroduction.
While conservation groups hope to restore the White to the Great American Bison, they believe it will be difficult.
For one thing, the bear is known to take large numbers of young, and the baby grizzly bears that are born are often left to fend for themselves in the woods.
Other bears, like the Bighorn, are also protected under the Endangered Species Act.
Still, the public has had enough of the Great Bison.
More than 60 million bears are in captivity around the world, with a majority of them in the United States.
They have become something of a mascot for the public’s support of conservation efforts.
But the bear’s survival could also come at a cost.
A recent study by the Natural Resources Defense Council found that the White population is currently suffering from habitat loss due to human development.
That means the habitat the bear used to occupy is now being taken up by cars, industrial sites and industrial waste.
Environmentalists say the bear population is already under stress from human development and that habitat is being lost at a rate that is unsustainable.
According to a 2016 study by University of California at Irvine, there are about 50 million White in the U,S., with a population in decline from 3.5 million to 2.6 million.
Even if the Great Bears and White make a comeback, conservation groups believe they will face significant challenges.
To begin, the White has already been listed as endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List.
If the White were to return, it would be the first time the species was listed as an endangered species.
And if it were to do that, it could have serious implications for the region.
Because of its habitat loss, the northern part of the U and parts of the state have already seen the loss of more than 500,000 acres of wilderness and more than half of its wildlife habitat.
Scientists have warned that if a population of Great Bears continues to decline, it will likely threaten the recovery of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, which includes the Great Sioux Reservation, the Grand Tetons National Park and the Yellowstone River.
Currently, there is no plan to reintroducing the White back to the greater Yellowstone ecosystem.
When it comes to climate change, the loss is even more dire.
Since the Great Recession, the number of people living in urban areas has declined by about 60 percent, according to a report by the U-T San Antonio Center for Climate Solutions.
However, according a recent study, the rate of warming will only accelerate.
Researchers at the University of Arizona said that if the White doesn’t rebound, it is likely to be the most vulnerable species to the effects of climate change.
Already, the species is under threat from climate change and habitat loss.
They have already lost their native range to development and are now being pushed out of their traditional habitat.
This could cause them to be even more vulnerable.
One of the biggest threats is the spread of invasive species like the Asian tiger mosquito, which are causing a dramatic increase in the number and diversity of invasive plants and insects.
Another is habitat destruction due to the growth of residential and agricultural development, which has led to an increase in invasive plants.
Lastly, there’s the growing number of hunters and trappers, who have been found in remote locations, hunting and killing wildlife.
Despite all these challenges, conservationists say that the Great bears survival is a big win.
Moulton said the Great white’s survival depends on the public taking action.
We can’t just leave it up to people to do it, and we