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When habitats are threatened, so are the animals who live there.

Watch Out For Wildlife

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by Kylie Paul

This week is Watch out for Wildlife Awareness Week. It’s a time to remind ourselves to put aside distractions while driving and focus on the road – for our sake and for wildlife.

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Heart of Wilderness

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Medicine Bow Mountains and National Forest, © Howie Garber
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An Unprecedented Step for Corals

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by Defenders of Wildlife

NOAA’s decision to list these 20 species is a great first step in recognizing the problems facing corals and other reef wildlife.

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The Heart of Wilderness

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Medicine Bow Mountains and National Forest, © Howie Garber
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by Jamie Rappaport Clark

Wilderness is special for both humans and wildlife, and it provides some of the greatest places for wildlife to be truly wild.

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Moving Back Home Together

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August 26, 2014
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Bison, © Walter Novak
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Gaining Ground

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Prairie Dogs, © Michelle Thomas
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Saving Sage-grouse from “The Core Problem”

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by Courtney Sexton

Unfortunately, and although the Wyoming plan has its merits, key components of the strategy are not in accord with the best available science on sage-grouse and are unlikely to protect sage-grouse from ongoing threats, particularly oil and gas drilling. “In fact, federal agencies and other states should avoid adopting the Wyoming strategy if their goal is to conserve sage-grouse,” says Defenders’ sage-grouse expert, Mark Salvo.

Defenders Report: Trouble for Sage-grouse in Wyoming

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 11, 2014

Contact: Courtney Sexton, csexton@defenders.org, 202-772-0253

Defenders Report: Trouble for Sage-grouse in Wyoming

Wyoming sage-grouse strategy inadequate to protect the species

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