Habitat Conservation

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

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A word from Jamie.

Defenders President Jamie Rappaport Clark, © Krista Schlyer

Worth Defending: San Joaquin Kit Fox

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San Joaquin Kit Fox

Happy at Hatteras

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Wildlife protection doesn’t hurt tourism at seashore

One of our nation’s treasures, Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina is a place where people flock to enjoy the beach and where wildlife can once again safely raise their young. 

Protecting a Fancy Dancer

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Study finds plans for protecting sage-grouse ‘inadequate and inconsistent’

Fall 2014

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Volume 89, Issue 3
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Gray wolf, © Michael Quinton, National Geographic Stock
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Larry Haverfield, Wildlife Hero: 1936-2014

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by Jonathan Proctor

One of grassland conservation’s greatest unsung heroes, Larry Haverfield dedicated his life to protecting endangered species like the black-footed ferret.

The post Larry Haverfield, Wildlife Hero: 1936-2014 appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.

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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Coral reef, © Jim Maragos/USFWS
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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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