Northern long-eared bat, © Steven Thomas/NPS
With almost 99% of its population lost, time is running out for the northern long-eared bat. Tell FWS to protect them now!
© Steven Thomas/NPS
Tell Secretary Jewell to stop ignoring threats to wolverines and give them full protection before it’s too late!
© Anna Yu/iStockphoto
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.
© Joan Poor

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