When habitats are threatened, so are the animals who live there.
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.
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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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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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by Jamie Rappaport Clark
Wilderness is special for both humans and wildlife, and it provides some of the greatest places for wildlife to be truly wild.
The post The Heart of Wilderness appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.
Taken straight out of a fairytale scene, the Berryessa Snow Mountain region is loved by all who visit its grassy slopes bursting with wildflowers and lakes surrounded by wildlife quietly drinking at the shoreline.
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