Habitat Conservation

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

Babbitt Manassas Visit Highlights Upcoming Land Legislation

(09/23/1999) - Conservationists say that Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt’s visit to the Manassas National Battlefield Park in Manassas, Virginia, today highlights an historic opportunity to preserve not only Civil War sites but also invaluable lands, wildlife, and coastal areas elsewhere in the region and the nation.

"President Clinton, Interior Secretary Babbitt, and some legislators in both parties are presenting the country with an historic opportunity to protect the nation’s most valuable but unprotected natural and

Roadmap Released for a ‘Smart from the Start’ #CleanEnergy Future in California Desert

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 14, 2016

Media contact: Catalina Tresky, (202) 772-0253 or ctresky@defenders.org

 

Roadmap Released for a ‘Smart from the Start’ #CleanEnergy Future in California Desert

Bureau of Land Management Finalizes the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan for Public Lands

 

State and Feds Agree to Protect the Salton Sea

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contacts:

Garrison Frost, Audubon California, (415) 644-4604, gfrost@audubon.org

Marta Stoepker, (313) 977-0054, Sierra Club  Beyond Coal Campaign 313.977.0054

Little Fish, Big Problems

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by Kim Delfino

Without more freshwater flows, the tiny and endangered delta smelt could soon be a literal fish out of water

The post Little Fish, Big Problems appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.

What Kinds of Parks Really Protect Wildlife?

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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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