Idaho is paying this federal agency to help decimate the state’s wolf population. Demand that Wildlife Services stand down!
© Chris Behrend
red-eyed tree frog, © Jeffrey Coulter
Many amphibians are on a steep decline. But one project is racing to preserve some of these species before we lose them forever.
© Jeffrey Coulter
USFWS may walk away from red wolf recovery efforts! Tell them to give these endangered wolves a fighting chance at survival.
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Gray wolves, © Jeffrey Vest
On the Blog
It takes an entire community to learn to coexist with wildlife, and help native species reclaim their place in an ecosystem.
Fact Sheet
Burrowing owls are so named because they live underground in burrows that have been dug out by small mammals like ground squirrels and prairie dogs.
Karner blue, © USFWS
In the Magazine
All butterflies look dainty and delicate, but the strikingly beautiful and endangered Karner blue measures only an inch across — about the size of a postage stamp — and lives only about a week.
forest, © Lindsay Kaun
Conservation Issue
When habitats are threatened, so are the animals who live there.