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Media Advisory: Nation's Ten Most Endangered Wildlife Refuges to be Announced Friday, October 8th
Press Conferences To Be Held Around the Country(09/21/2004) - Washington , D.C. – Defenders of Wildlife will release its first annual Ten Most Endangered Wildlife Refuges report on Friday, October 8th to kick off National Wildlife Refuge Week (October 10-16). The report identifies ten refuges facing the most serious and immediate environmental abuses this year.
Ten wildlife refuges in the following states will be listed this year as the nation’s most endangered: Arizona, California, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Texas and Wisconsin.
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EVENT: Release of Defenders of Wildlife’s 2004 list of the ten most endangered wildlife refuges in a report titled, Refuges at Risk.
DATE/TIME: Friday, October 8, 2004 (Embargo lifts at 5 a.m. eastern time, October 8th).
WHERE TO GET:Embargoed materials are available pre-release date.
To request report, media materials
or b-roll, e-mail your name, media organization, full address, phone and fax
numbers to Sandra Marquardt at email@example.com or call (301)
512-4781. <?php /* Or visit www.defenders.org/refuges starting at 5 a.m. eastern time, October 8th. */???>
Defenders of Wildlife is one of the nation's most progressive advocates for wildlife and habitat, and was named as one of America's Top 100 Charities by Worth magazine. With more than 480,000 members and supporters, Defenders is an effective voice for wildlife and habitat. To learn more about Defenders of Wildlife, please visit www.defenders.org.
Contact(s):Carrie Collins, (301) 951-8019
Sandra Marquardt, (301) 512-4781