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Defenders of Wildlife appreciates the opportunity to submit these written comments on proposals that will be considered at the January 2008 meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.
Testimonials from Alaskan hunters against aerial hunting of wolves.
Senator Lieberman joined 25 Senate colleagues in introducing legislation that would designate the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as Wilderness. Wilderness designation would permanently protect the Refuge, placing it off limits to oil and gas development while continuing to allow vital subsistence uses.
Lost in Space: Making Geographic Sense out of Species Imperilment, Habitat, and the Endangered Species Act »
For this whitepaper, peer-reviewed literature, technical books, and key reports were scrutinized in order to detect any evidence for a differential ability between public and public lands to protect imperiled species in the United States.
Top 10 tips on how to avoid wildlife-vehicle collisions
Poster celebrating Wolf Awareness Week 2007, featuring painting entitled, Red Wolf Refuge, by Elise M. Hammond
A brief publication on the past, present and future of wolves in America.
Ten years after the passage of sweeping legislation intended to address these issues, national wildlife refuges continue to struggle with problems that threaten their ability to meet their wildlife-first mission. Refuges at Risk 2007 covers America's 10 most endangered national wildlife refuges.
Alaska's Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge is one of the 10 refuges identified as being at risk in the 2007 Refuges at Risk report.
Former lieutenant governor Lowell Thomas, Jr. and long-time Alaska conservationist Peg Tileston delivered a coalition letter today to Governor Palin asking her office not to spend $400,000 of taxpayer money for a so-called "education campaign" on the state's controversial aerial wolf control program.