Habitat Conservation

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

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

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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?

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Defenders of Wildlife Praises US-Mexico Agreement on Protections for the Vaquita Porpoise

Jennifer Witherspoon

202-772-0269

jwitherspoon@defenders.org

 

Defenders of Wildlife Praises US-Mexico Agreement on Protections for the Vaquita Porpoise; Calls for New Partnership with China to End Illegal Fishing 

A Long-Range Plan for Florida Lands

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by Elizabeth Fleming

With an incredible 20 million people already living there, Florida is one of the fastest-developing states in the country. Working on the HCP is a great opportunity to make sure new development doesn’t lead to the loss of important habitat, and to set an example for other landowners throughout the southeast.

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