When habitats are threatened, so are the animals who live there.
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October 29, 2014
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Conservationists turn to the Courts to Battle Mining in Patagonia on behalf of Imperiled Wildlife and Local Residents
by Defenders of Wildlife
Photographer and writer Krista Schyler shares the first part of her California Desert Tour series, featuring the beautiful Owens Valley.
The post Remember the Owens Valley appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.
by Courtney Sexton
The expanded Pacific Remote Islands National Marine Monument will provide a necessary safe haven for protected wildlife and other unique marine species.
The post Cool Water: President Obama Expands National Marine Monument appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.
Oil and Wildlife Refuges Don’t Mix
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.
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.
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