Habitat Conservation

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

Defenders in Action: More Protections Needed for Manatees

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Florida Manatee, © Fred Bavendam/Minden Pictures

Defenders in Action: Victory for American Jaguars

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Jaguar, © SA Team/Foto Natura/Minden Pictures

Wildlife: Spineless Wonder and More

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Spineless Wonder

Octopus, © Roger Steene/Museum Victoria

Green Scene: Little Migrating Miracles

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By Sara Shipley Hiles

Monarch Butterfly, © Jim Brandenburg/Minden Pictures

Defenders View: Earth Day at Middle Age: Time to Recommit

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© Krista Schlyer

Building Up Our Mussels

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Freshwater mussels may not be cute, but we can’t afford to ignore them

by Sara Shipley Hiles

Mussel, © Annie Griffiths Belt/National Geographic Stock

On a Wing and a Prairie

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The drive to produce biofuels adds to the pressures on vulnerable prairie chickens

by Peter Bronski

Prairie Chicken, © Joel Sartore/joelsartore.com

Species Spotlight: Bluefin Tuna

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Bluefin Tuna, © Norbert Wu/Minden Pictures

On the Ground: New Ways of Ranching in the Old West

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The Great Pyrenees guard dogs on patrol look menacing—necks adorned with collars bearing sharp metal spikes. Beyond the hilltop and down the ridge gathers a band of fluffy, untroubled sheep—in sharp contrast to the alert and muscular dogs assigned to their protection.

Defenders in Action: Defenders Responds to Offshore Oil Disaster

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The British Petroleum (BP) offshore drilling rig that exploded on April 20 dumped millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico in the following weeks. For sea turtles, fish, shorebirds, seabirds, corals, dolphins, whales and other wildlife that live part or all of their lives in the Gulf of Mexico, the unprecedented oil leak is catastrophic.

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