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The future of wolves in the U.S. is at stake

gray wolf, sartore 150x150Last week the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally proposed to remove federal protection for most gray wolves across the United States. Defenders plans to use the 90-day comment period to organize strong and vocal opposition from supporters like you, to make sure the decision makers in Washington hear what America thinks about the premature delisting of gray wolves.

Make sure your voice is heard — tell the FWS that wolves need to stay protected  »
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Volunteers Show Strong Support for the ESA
Lobby Day, 150x150Wildlife supporters from all over the country flew to D.C. to meet with their elected officials and ask them to further fund wildlife management agencies and continue supporting the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Volunteers went to both sides of the aisle, telling the nation's leaders of their connection to the wild, and the importance of recovering endangered wildlife.

Wins for Wildlife
Dangerous Montana Bison Bills Defeated!

A huge win for wildlife came as the Montana Legislature struck down 14 bills largely aiming to halt wild bison restoration.
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Into the Wild

The FWS announced a new team to work on expanding the Florida panther's range, and Defenders is excited to be a part of it.
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Protecting wildlife on the line
Ocelot, enews, FWS,Imagine if wildlife couldn't migrate? This could become a reality for the wildlife that inhabits and migrates across our nation's southern border if unnecessary and anti-environmental provisions are included in the immigration reform bill. Defenders and our supporters are speaking out to protect borderland wildlife and encouraging our government to find a win-win solution for both security and environmental concerns.

Learn more about these provisions and what you can do to help.  »

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Grizzly Bears

Yellowstone Grizzly (USGS)Far too many grizzly bears die each year because of conflicts with people. Check out this video to see some ways to avoid triggering the bears' aggression.
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Stop Fatal Bird Collisions

Did you know that up to a billion birds die each year from crashing into windows? While shiny surfaces may have an aesthetic allure, one tip to save a bird's life is to leave your window a little dirty. Learn more »

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Defenders of Wildlife is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities.

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