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There's Still Time to Speak up for Wolves!

Gray Wolf, (c) iStockNow that the public comment period has been extended to December 17th, you still have a chance to tell the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service what you think about their proposal to delist wolves across most of the U.S. If you haven’t already, please submit your comment today!

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Take a Moment for Manatees

Manatee, (c) USFWSAfter having the deadliest year on record for the number of manatees killed, these gentle giants need all the help they can get. Take some time this month to learn more about these endangered marine mammals and what you can do to protect them. Whether you live in Florida or not, there are many ways that everyone can help protect and defend our ocean's sea cows.

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Ferrets Return to Fort Belknap!

Along with our conservation partners, our Montana team helped release 32 black-footed-ferrets onto Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, restoring these endangered animals to their native habitat.
Ferret, (c) David Showalter
AB 711 Passes in California

CA Governor Jerry Brown has signed historic legislation into law that requires the use of non-lead ammunition in hunting; now let's get the lead out of the rest of the U.S.
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What Does the New Climate Report Mean for our World?

Sky imageWith implications for both land and aquatic species, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's new report is both stark and simple. Seeing that the report is over 2,200 pages long, we've summarized the top points and takeaways that all environmentally conscious people need to know.
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Sage Grouse

Sage GrouseOur nation's sage grouse is one of many iconic species that has become endangered through loss of habitat. This threat weaves through the majority of endangered species and is critical to address in order to achieve recovery. 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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