When habitats are threatened, so are the animals who live there.
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Hearings Begin for Troubling Interior Secretary Nominee
Congress should hold Ryan Zinke Accountable for Protecting our Natural Heritage
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by Rebecca Bullis
Take a minute to learn about four of the most recent additions to our National Wildlife Refuge System, designated to protect and preserve wildlife and some of the rarest habitats in the country.
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September 14, 2016
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Bureau of Land Management Finalizes the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan for Public Lands
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AUGUST 15, 2016
by Kim Delfino
Without more freshwater flows, the tiny and endangered delta smelt could soon be a literal fish out of water
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by Chris Haney
Parks, reserves, and other protected areas are a fundamental strategy used throughout the world for conserving wildlife today. But are parks actually getting the job done? And if so, how and when are they successful?
The post What Kinds of Parks Really Protect Wildlife? appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.
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