Interior Endangered Species

Michael Doyle



Michael has covered the Interior Department, the Fish and Wildlife Service and endangered species since 2017. He previously covered California and legal affairs for McClatchy's Washington Bureau. He is the author of three books, "The Ministers' War," "Radical Chapters" and "The Forestport Breaks." He graduated from Oberlin College and earned master's degrees from Yale Law School, where he was a Knight Journalism Fellow, and from Johns Hopkins University. He is an adjunct instructor at George Washington University and is a Virginia-certified EMT.

Latest Stories


Wolf debates heat up

It's a big month for wolves of many hues, as scientists wrap up a crucial study of red and Mexican gray wolves and multitudes weigh in on the fate of other gray wolves living in the Lower 48 states.


FWS refuge manager faces IG scrutiny

Interior Department watchdogs have an "ongoing investigation" into an unnamed Fish and Wildlife Service refuge manager who allegedly violated various rules, including failing to report an indecent exposure incident, officials disclosed today.


GAO calls for ethics program tuneup

The Interior Department's ethics program that's supposed to keep key decisionmakers on the straight and narrow needs to improve, the Government Accountability Office warns in a new report.