Tell Secretary Jewell to stop ignoring threats to wolverines and give them full protection before it’s too late!
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Photo: Joel Sartore
A “hunters’ rights” group wants to hold a predator-killing derby on public lands in Idaho! Tell the BLM to deny this barbaric event.
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Could these gentle giants lose some of their legal protections? Tell USFWS to maintain protections for Florida manatees!
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On the Blog
Will you encounter wildlife during your summer travels? Follow these simple tips to keep your wildlife sightings safe for you and the animals you’ll see.
Fact Sheet
Sharks (superorder Selachimorpha) belong to a family of fish that have skeletons made of cartilage, a tissue more flexible and lighter than bone. Shark bodies are rounded and tapering at the ends. They breathe through a series of five to seven gill slits located on either side of their bodies.
Sage-grouse, © Tatiana Gettelman
In the Magazine
In the rugged, open scrublands of east-central Montana lives the sage-grouse, a plucky bird that once thrived across the sagebrush sea. Today, however, the population is plummeting from habitat loss.
Conservation Issue
Clean energy can help fight climate change, but it has to be planned with wildlife in mind.